First Quinn Now Wimbley….


The Cleveland Browns have been very active this off season and it continues today with the trading of Quinn and now Kamerion Wimbley.  The Browns and  Oakland Raiders have reached an agreement  for a third round pick in this years draft  for  Kamerion Wimbley, who  has totaled 26.5 sacks in his career with the Browns. Wimbley was supposed to be one of the guys who would help the Browns turn the corner,after a great rookie season Wimbley has struggled to become the pass rusher everyone thought he would become.

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4 Responses to “First Quinn Now Wimbley….”

  1. Denolakes says:

    This wasn’t on my radar screen anywhere. Wimbley — if I recall rightly — was having the word “bust” being whispered before last season began. Last season was certainly better — but not the kind of stuff that early first round picks are expected to produce. Still, it leave a big hole. And, they only got a third round pick for him, which is probably about right based upon performance. Trusnick was tendered a 2nd round pick. Somebody’s seeing something in a different way than a lot of uas we thinking. This draft just became a whole lot more interesting. Lots of picks and lots of talent this year. Things can be packaged in attractive ways and still keep decent picks throughout the draft.

  2. D Bienko says:

    Go get Kirk Morrison from the Raiders, he is a beast! He only has a third round tender on him, that is a steal for this guy!

  3. John says:

    This is a bad move. Wimbley finally came to life last year under Mangini and Ryan and we cut him lose. Wimbley was probably never going to be a pro-bowl linebacker, but he was durable, had a low salary, and was a solid citizen. Our linebacking corp is old, we need depth.

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