Lawrence Vickers Reports to OTAs: Are Browns RFAs Feeling Pressure of Teammates?

June 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Everyone should know by now that the Cleveland Browns have the most unsigned restricted free agents (RFAs) of any other NFL team with five. All were starters in 2009.
The list includes: running back Jerome Harrison, fullback Lawrence Vickers, linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, safety Abram Elam and linebacker Matt Roth.
Jackson, Elam and Roth all have vocally told the Browns and the media that they want long-term deals and Roth also said if he cannot get one then he wants to get traded.
Both Harrison and Vickers have been silent and Harrison even began showing up for organized training activities (OTAs) while still unsigned last week.
When Harrison showed up, it appeared he was leading by example for all the other unsigned RFAs, or he was feeling the pressure of hearing how well rookie running back Montario Hardesty was adapting to the pro game.
News from Cleveland.com says that Vickers has also shown up for OTAs on June 7, which is the second to last OTA practice unt...

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