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According to the CantonRep.com, Peter King of SI.com believes the Cleveland Browns will take a quarterback in this week’s draft. Peter King, like a handful of the national power media people, walks the line between prying information from calls that always get returned, and getting played. He has talked to a few key someones who informed his mock draft, which is in the Sports Illustrated beside my coffee. He has the Chargers trading from 11 to 6 to take a left tackle. He has Geno Smith falling to the Browns at 11. His comment: “Don’t let the smokescreen acquisition of Jason Campbell, a backup, fool you. Browns want a QB in this draft, and they get one.” I think there’s a really good chance the Browns will get a quarterback in the second round.     Need NFL Tickets? The post Peter King: Browns want a quarterback in this draft appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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