Texas DT Malcom Brown worked out for the defensive line coaches of the Lions, Colts and Bengals at Tuesday's pro day.
Scouts and coaches alike were excited to take in Brown, as many are still unsure where to put him in the NFL. The 6-foot-2, 320-pounder played up and down the line at Texas, and now the NFL is debating which position -- and scheme -- suits him best. "I really believe I can play any technique," Brown said. "If you go to my film, since I’ve been here, I’ve played nose, three-technique, end, stand-up end. Just wherever you’re going to put me, I’m going to play. I’m going to attack the work." On Monday, NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks mocked Brown to the Cowboys at No. 27. "The Cowboys need a dominant interior defender to continue to play solid defense under Rod Marinelli," Brooks wrote. "Brown is a monster at the point of attack, exhibiting exceptional strength and power to overwhelm blockers at the line."