Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Browns' drafts: Round 2/37 - Mitchell Schwartz, OT, 6-5, 317, Cal...Finding a right tackle was a priority, especially since the Browns plan to run with Richardson. Schwartz can play right or left tackle, but with Joe Thomas on the left side, Schwartz is expected to start on the right. - The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Mitchell Schwartz News
12/21/12 - OT Mitchell Schwartz has played well as a rookie, but faces a significant challenge from the Broncos' corner rush tandem of Elvis Dumervil and Von Miller. Schwartz will see Dumervil a lot, and his movement skills will be challenged by Dumervil's quickness.
12/07/12 - RT Mitchell Schwartz has had a strong rookie season. Schwartz has played better than expected, and earned the respect of his teammates to the point he was named the Browns' fourth captain this week.
12/05/12 - LT Mitchell Schwartz was named team captain for the game against the Chiefs on Sunday.
11/30/12 - RT Mitchell Schwartz has played very well this season, especially for a rookie. Schwartz's name is rarely heard, and he had a decent game against Pittsburgh. Offensive coordinator Brad Childress said Schwartz is "very, very, very similar" to perennial Pro Bowler Joe Thomas.
11/23/12 - RT Mitchell Schwartz has played well as a rookie all season, but he's seen nothing like the Steelers will throw at him on Sunday. Pittsburgh's outside linebackers are fast and aggressive and their scheme has them blitz from anywhere at any time. Pittsburgh's approach is based on aggression and confusion, and Schwartz will get a full dose of both.