Disney encourages folks to wish upon a star.
That makes magic happen and dreams come true.
They play that kind of hokey music stuff all day long at Disney parks.
The Cleveland Browns arent wishing upon many stars with their 2012 team. In fact, a lot of their hopes are built on hope.
A few are obvious.
The new running back, the new quarterback hopes are high for them. As it should be when players are taken third and 22nd in the draft. Their talent is evident, and the basis for the hope is real.
But even with Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden, at this point the Browns are hoping they come through rather than depending they come through.
Because at this point what is there to depend on other than potential?
With one player, the hope for a strong season almost demands somebody ask: If its not Disney, does wishing make it so?
That is with receiver Mohamed Massaquoi, a player specifically mentioned by team president Mike Holmgren as a guy who can come through.
There is no reason to thi...