Add Mike Holmgren‘s name to the list of talent evaluators who left Sam Bradford‘s workout Monday impressed.
“I think most people were here knowing what type of player he was, but you want to see it in person,” Holmgren told NFL Network’s Mike Mayock. “Particularly after his injury. He had a great workout. I’m not surprised. That’s how he plays the game. That’s how he looks on film.”
Holmgren hasn’t hidden the idea of going after another quarterback in the draft, to the point he’d consider trading up from the No. 7 pick, even after landing Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace. He reiterated that thought after watching Bradford work out.
“We’re always going to be looking,” Holmgren said. “We’re solid at quarterback. But, I think we have to continue to look for, maybe the guy who will be the Browns’ quarterback for the future.”
There are football minds in the building here in Los Angeles who believe the Browns — with 12 picks in this draft, including three in the third round — could be a team that tries to move up in the first round.