Found April 19, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Colt McCoy
TEAMS: Cleveland Browns

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Evan Silva, the Cleveland Browns still really like Colt McCoy as their quarterback, and it doesn’t look like they’ll use the 4th overall pick to take Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

“(They) really like Colt McCoy … It doesn’t look like they’re interested in Ryan Tannehill with the number 4 pick,” said Schefter per Silva.

Right now I expect the Browns to take Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon with the 4th overall pick and maybe take a quarterback with the 22nd overall pick or early in the second round.

The Browns definitely need to go with Blackmon because they don’t have weapons for their quarterback to work with, whether that’s McCoy or not.

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