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Could the Cowboys Patrick Crayton be an Option for the Browns?


Cowboys WR Patrick Crayton wants out of Dallas, going on a Dallas radio station saying as much. Where he may end up if and when he’s no longer on the club is anyone’s guess, but on NewOrleans.com’s minicamp roundup, they say a possible landing spot is Cleveland.

Patrick Crayton might be taking his 196 career grabs and 23 touchdowns to Cleveland. Right now Crayton is the 3rd receiver for the Cowboys behind rookie Dez Bryant and Austin Miles. Also, a late bloomer, 2nd year veteran Kevin Ogletree (6’0-192, Virginia) may be a receiver to keep an eye on in Dallas if and when Crayton departs.

While there is no proof as of now that the Browns would even have a big interest in Crayton, he would for sure help out the teams young wide out core. Dallas has said that they don’t want to lose Crayton and have no intentions of moving him, but bottom line is if they can get a few picks for him, one would think they would move him.


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One Response to “Could the Cowboys Patrick Crayton be an Option for the Browns?”

  1. Denolakes says:

    Give up a “few picks” for a 3rd receiver? I don’t think so. Before I go jumping through those hoops — and trade away part of the future of the team — I’m going to want to see what I have play a few games. MoMass and Robie are in their second years. Biggest jump is between years 1 and 2 — and Robie has to be thinking that he has something to prove this year. Stuckey — I have no idea what he’s all about. Cribbs, as a line-up receiver, well, I seriously doubt it. Mitchell I want to see on the field. Watson and Moore, I’m feeling OK there. Right now, I think I’ll play with what I’ve got. If it crashes and burns, then I’ll look elsewhere.

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