Former Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen is being hosted by the Browns Thursday on a pre-draft visit.
Allen is among several signal-callers Cleveland could take with the first or fourth overall pick later this month. The Browns have also hosted Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield, USC's Sam Darnold and UCLA's Josh Rosen as they continue to evaluate the draft's best quarterbacks.
Allen, whom NFL Network Mike Mayock said has the strongest arm of the last decade, passed for 5,066 yards, 44 touchdowns and 21 interceptions in two seasons as a starter. While his 56-percent completion rating could give some teams pause, head coach Hue Jackson and general manager John Dorsey — who attended Allen's Pro Day last month — said at the league's annual meeting that he's alleviated those concerns throughout the draft process.
NFL teams are permitted to host as many as 30 prospects during the pre-draft process.