While the Baltimore Ravens are busy celebrating their Super Bowl Championship the Cleveland Browns are trying to figure out how to raid their division rivals roster. According to ESPN.com there are two scenarios where they can do so. One is to sign Joe Flacco, no matter the cost and draft pick compensation. The other is to rob the defense of two key linebackers, Paul Kruger and Dannell Ellerbe. On top of that the Browns are also eying players on the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals.
What would benefit the Browns more?
Giving up two No. 1s to the Ravens and signing Flacco to a $100 million-plus contract?
Or stealing Kruger, a 3-4 pass rush linebacker, and Ellerbe, Ray Lewis’ replacement in the middle of the Ravens’ defense, while keeping first-round picks in 2013 (No. 6 overall) and 2014? (ESPN)
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