NFL Draft: Browns On The Verge of Another Blunder


So the Cleveland Browns just might not select stud edge-rusher Myles Garrett with the top overall pick of the NFL Draft and go with quarterback Mitchell Trubisky instead.

According to Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman, the Browns are considering trading down to accumulate picks.

Cleveland also owns the No. 12 pick, but several QB-needy teams are in line in the span of 10 selections between the Browns' first-round spots at 1 and 12. This is just one of the many National Football League draft rumors that is dominating headlines as the annual extravaganza draws near.

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Word broke recently that the Browns are now debating internally who they'll take with the first overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft.

We're just over two weeks away from the 2017 NFL Draft, and the team with the No. 1 pick is still undecided on who it is going to take.

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Myles Garrett looks like the top prospect in this draft. After a one-win season, Jackson's probably feeling the pressure to dramatically improve, and with the prospect of Cody Kessler being his starting quarterback in 2017, you can't blame him for being anxious. Hue said "Trust me", regarding the USC product. However, there is something to be said about taking the best player available.

The Browns front office has afforded themselves some time because they haven't gone all in on a quarterback yet. Another interesting idea is the Browns can wait on next year's draft to take a quarterback. No one is projecting Garrett to be a bust as a pro with many calling him the safest pick in years.

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