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Tate totaled 911 yards and four touchdowns for the Texans last year but dealt with rib injuries that ultimately cost him the last few games of the season. At Towson last year, West had 2,509 yards rushing last season with a ridiculous 41 touchdowns.
Austin, who was cut by the Cowboys this offseason, is looking forward to the new challenge with the Browns.
"I'm fortunate to be in this situation and have another opportunity to go out and prove myself again," said Austin. "I'm looking forward to the challenge."
"Yeah, no doubt," he said. "I look at the guys that we have and I've talked about the guys I throw with but you throw in
Hoyer's top targets sans Gordon will be tight end
"It's exciting for me," Hoyer said. "It's something I've worked really hard to get back to and I'm just looking forward to getting going once everybody gets there next Friday and then obviously the first practice is next Saturday, so it's an exciting time for us."
Hoyer, who will start out No. 1 on the depth chart ahead of Johnny Manziel, hopes he'll be full-go for all 13 practices of camp.
"It hasn't been discussed yet," he said. "All I know is that when I left and I was begging them to let me practice, they said once training camp comes there won't be any limitations, so we'll see how it goes and take it day-by-day. Obviously we're going to see how the knee's feeling, but I'm geared up and ready to go and excited. I can't wait for next Saturday."
Hoyer, who suffered the torn ACL against the Bills Oct. 3, acknowledged it's rewarding to finally get the green light. The medical staff limited him in 11-on-11s during minicamp and organized team activities.
"It feels good to know that I put the work in and now it's time to go," he said. "You don't think about it. You just go out and play football."
Drew Rosenhaus, the agent for
Rosenhaus also confirmed that the appeal hearing is coming up soon.
"I'm sure I'll get together with the Browns at some point before training camp to talk to them some more about all of our clients," Rosenhaus said.
Rosenhaus declined to say much about Gordon's anticipated indefinite ban for violating the league's substance abuse for at least the third time. He reportedly tested positive for marijuana.
"Let's just say (the appeal hearing is) some point in the near future," Rosenhaus said. "I'm not permitted to divulge that."
He also declined to comment on how Gordon's recent DWI in Raleigh, North Carolina might impact the appeal hearing and when he expects a resolution.
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