Barkley to visit Bills, Browns

USC quarterback making the rounds as draft nears. Terry McCormick

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The Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns are among the teams that may be in the market for a quarterback in this year's draft, and both clubs will host former Southern Cal star Matt Barkley, who tweeted that he has visits to both teams.

Barkley, who is coming off a shoulder injury that derailed the end of his senior season and limited it off-season workouts for teams, is still an intriuging prospect, who at one point in his college career was viewed as a possible No. 1 overall pick. Now the question seems to be whether or not he will go in the first round and if so, how high.

Both the Bills and Browns are potentially in flux with their quarterback situation. The Bills recently re-signed Tarvaris Jackson, and then signed Kevin Kolb after releasing last year's starter Ryan Fitzpatrick. Cleveland has last year's first-round pick Brandon Weeden, and signed Jason Campbell as a backup. The Browns also traded Colt McCoy.

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