The second-year veteran has rallied several Cleveland receivers -- including Mohamed Massaquoi and Josh Cribbs -- to work out with him in Austin, Texas. Massquoi confirmed the plans on his Twitter account.
In a pre-draft meeting with the media on Thursday, Browns general manager Tom Heckert said he didn't know his players were organizing workouts until his public relations staff informed him Thursday morning. During the lockout, players cannot be in contact with their teams.
But Heckert said he's happy players are taking the initiative.
"I think it's great. ... I think it's probably more publicized now than in past seasons," Heckert said. "If they do it, great. But if they don't, I don’t think it's a big deal. We will be ready when they come back."