The Cleveland Browns have many holes to fill and the 2013 NFL Draft first round is considered pedestrian at best.
Quarterback is at the top of the list as confidence in current starter Brandon Weeeden seems to be on shaky ground.
Back up Jason Campbell could cause some noise, but the big picture has the Browns selecting a quarterback. The general consensus is top rated quarterback Geno Smith might fall and the Browns would love to trade back and gain extra picks while still snagging Smith.
According to Peter King of SI.com, the Browns ‘badly want out of the sixth spot and are looking for a trade partner. King writes:
‘The Cleveland Browns "badly" want to trade out of the sixth spot, perhaps with designs on landing West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith a few picks later. The Browns might end up being a "wild card" in the Smith hunt, according to NFL.com's Albert Breer.’