Cleveland Browns looking at Kent State quarterback by Tony Grossi/Plain Dealer Reporter Wednesday April 22, 2009, 6:43 PM CLEVELAND -- Where have we heard this before: A quarterback from Kent State who throws and runs, a perfect fit for the new-wave NFL wildcat formation? http://www.cleveland.com/browns/index.ssf/2009/04/cleveland_browns_looking_at_ke.html Four years ago it was Josh Cribbs. Now it's Julian Edelman. Yes, the Browns are interested. They are rushing to Kent tomorrow to work out the Golden Flash dual-threat quarterback. Edelman threw for 1,820 yards and ran for 1,370 in 2008. Browns coach Eric Mangini is obsessed with collecting players who can fill more than one role. He said he plans this season to see if Cribbs can handle about 15 plays a game on defense in specialized defensive back assignments. The Browns also have worked out West Virginia quarterback Pat White, who is seen as the pre-eminent "wildcat" quarterback in this year's draft. Edelman, 5-10 and 195 pounds, was not invited to the NFL combine. He has attracted a wave of NFL scouts because of his versatility.