Found March 13, 2013 on Waiting For Next Year:
Last night Rick and I were intent on talking Browns. We didn’t know all the details of Desmond Bryant’s deal yet, let alone the Quentin Groves pickup. Still, there’s a lot of good Kruger talk. Here’s what else… Paul Kruger signing and whether he’ll be a “leader” Signing starters, team leaders, or both Comparing signings to Scott Fujita Desmond Bryant and “the mugshot” Could the Browns trade any of their defensive linemen now? Billy Winn, John Hughes, Kitchen Who next? Keenan Lewis? Talking Dolphins with Ellerbe and Mike Wallace How happy would Browns fans be with Greg Jennings? How happy are Browns fans to not have Mike Wallace making $12+ million? Listen at Stitcher —————- Subscribe on iTunes
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