Found February 06, 2013 on Cleveland Frowns:
We’re pleased to announce a prodigious addition to the Cleveland Frowns roster: Matt Borcas is a second-year journalism student from Ohio State, a Mentor, Ohio native, who recently emerged from a field of 4,000 competitors to land a part-time job writing about the NFL for ESPN’s Grantland. Matt will be writing a weekly column on the NFL Draft here all the way up to the 2013 edition and through its immediate aftermath. Today, he starts with a comprehensive look back at new VP of Player Personnel Mike Lombardi’s career in search of clues as to what Browns fans should expect this April. Enjoy! — Ed. ————— In 20 years, will anything on television – save for the inevitable Rex/Rob Ryan Cialis commercial – offer more entertainment value than political attack ads? As much as it might be comforting to think that things couldn’t get any worse along these lines, the answer is, irrefutably, no, for one simple reason: social media. Future candidates will face the grim reality of rival Super PACs
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