Found February 19, 2012 on Pro Football Talk:
The Cleveland Browns hold the fourth overall pick in the draft.  Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Browns are considering five possibilities. Which means, if our math is correct (and it rarely is), that one of the five will be available when the Browns pick. The quintet consists, per Cabot,…

The Best Browns Since 1999 – Defensive Ends

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Improvement at QB is complicated for Browns

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Browns looking at five prospects for the first round

According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, the Browns are focusing their attention on five NFL prospects that they’re interested in drafting in the first round of April’s draft. The five players are, quarterback Robert Griffin III, wide receiver Justin Blackmon, running back Trent Richardson, cornerback Morris Claiborne, and quarterback Ryan Tannehill. If the...

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Browns' free agent Jackson a priority to re-sign

Draft day strategy employed by general manager Tom Heckert his first two years on the job has set the defense up to be the strength of the Browns. Heckert used the first two picks in 2010 on cornerback Joe Haden and safety T.J. Ward and his first two picks on defensive tackle Phil Taylor and end Jabaal Sheard last year. Would Heckert dare take a defensive player with his first...

Cleveland Browns will tag D'Qwell Jackson if necessary

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While We’re Waiting…on trading up for RGIII and LeBron’s return to CLE

While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at McShay says Browns will have to trade up for RGIII: “The Cleveland Browns have the fourth overall pick, but that won’t be high enough to draft Baylor quarterback Robert...
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