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Browns To Do List…

The Cleveland Browns once again have a new regime and are ready to turn the corner and getting back into being a perennial playoff team. The Cleveland Browns have many holes to fill this offseason and it probably will take at least to offseason for the Browns to compete for a Championship. This NFL draft the Browns have 11 draft picks to help turn this around. The Browns will also be active in this free agent period to help get this team closer to the playoffs.

The Browns need to resign Lawrence Vickers, he is one of the best fullbacks in the NFL, and also brings an intensity to this football team that is needed in AFC North.

The Browns need to find a Right Tackle. John St. Clair can’t be covered up by putting him a Right Tackle. The Browns will also at least need to bring in two veteran linemen to help the offensive line gain some depth.

The Browns need to bring in Linebackers. Roth and Wimbley started looking like they could cement themselves in those positions, with Jackson being a free agent and Bowens aging quickly this team needs to bring in at least two starting Linebackers maybe more to help this defense.

The Browns need secondary help. Abe Elam was supposed to be game changing safety that we didn’t see much of that from the former Jet. Brodney Pool suffered another concussion that might lead him to an early retirement, and Brandon Mcdonald didn’t look like he could cover or tackle anyone this year. The Cleveland Browns need a lot of help in the secondary the least they can do is bring in a starting safety and cornerback. Adding two more talented secondary players would also help out this team immensely. Eric Wright looks like he can start in this league for awhile and Mike Adams looks like he could out but other then those two players the Browns should clean house in the Secondary.

Quarterback position.  All Browns fans and anyone who watches this team knows that they need a major change in the Quarterback position. The Browns still haven’t found a Quarterback since there return in 99 and need to if they want to be successfull. Brady could possibly be back next year in a backup role or atleast get in oppurtunity to compete for the Job. The Browns will bring in Quarterback there a lot of candidates right now from Donovan Mcnabb to Troy Smith being the Browns quarterback next year. This team needs to improve at this posistion fast. In what round do you consider Tim Tebow if he is on the board?

Running Back postion. The Browns have found a back in Jerome Harrison in the second half of the season but it is still a mystery if he do it for sixteen games. Also Jennings should he could be a viable backup but I believe the Browns still need to get a back to help carry the load in the 2010 season. The jury is also still out on James Davis.

Wide Reciever. The  Browns need to get a Reciever who can give them a deep threat and playmaking ability. They also need to be able to catch the ball. Last year there was nobody who scared the opposing defense. The Browns could use atleast two Wide Recievers in this upcoming offseason. There are Recievers out there who can help this team next year.


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2 Responses to “Browns To Do List…”

  1. Chris says:

    Aside from maybe the right tackle, I don’t know I really want all that much effort spent on the offense. If we can keep the special teams where they are and shore up the D, we can wait a year or two before getting crazy on offense.

    Right now, I want defenders and lots of them. The linebackers and DB’s are both good points. But I have a bigger issue than mere positional holes. This D needs a heart and soul guy. Where’s our (God I hate having to cite him) Ray Lewis? Where’s our Troy Polamalu? Our guy who goes out there, takes the game by the throat and leads by on-field example? I don’t care which position he plays at which level of the D. I want THAT guy. If he’s a second or third level position and fills a need, all the better. But if he’s a D-lineman, we still gotta have him.

    • Denolakes says:

      Don’t know that you’ll find “that guy” in this draft. Most likely, it’ll either be Taylor Mays or Joe Haden — either of which would be a good use of the pick and should help the defensive side of the ball immediately. I see a DE or DT with the second pick. My guess is a third round pick will be traded with a player — because I can envision a serious possible move for an established QB. So, a receiver will be included somewhere in the early-mid rounds, I should think. This team is not “fixed” in this draft — but it improves dramatically.

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