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Browns to Pick #6 in April’s NFL Draft

The Carolina Panthers, who finished 2-14 in 2010, will make the first selection in April’s draft.

The complete draft order (* indicates position will be determined by playoffs):

1. Carolina (2-14)
2. Denver (4-12)
3. Buffalo (4-12)
4. Cincinnati (4-12)
5. Arizona (5-11)
6. Cleveland (5-11)
7. San Francisco (6-10)
8. Tennessee (6-10)
9. Dallas (6-10)
10. Washington (6-10)
11. Houston (6-10)
12. Minnesota (6-10)
13. Detroit (6-10)
14. Miami (7-9)
15. St. Louis (7-9)
16. Jacksonville (8-8)
17. Oakland (8-8)
18. San Diego (9-7)
19. New York Giants (10-6)
20. Tampa Bay (10-6)
21. Seattle (7-9)*
22. Indianapolis (10-6)*
23. Green Bay (10-6)*
24. Kansas City (10-6)*
25. Philadelphia (10-6)*
26. New York Jets (11-5)*
27. New Orleans (11-5)*
28. Chicago (11-5)*
29. Baltimore (12-4)*
30. Pittsburgh (12-4)*
31. Atlanta (13-3)*
32. New England (14-2)*

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One Response to “Browns to Pick #6 in April’s NFL Draft”

  1. Jaybird says:

    Always looking forward to the draft , the different views held by so many. The different ” angles ” everybody has to build the team. Offense or Defense ? Best player avaiable or draft to fit a need ? How much should the combine mean ? Small college ” Gems ” , the next great player nobody knows about. How we we evaluate our team’s need. How evaluate the talent in the draft.
    Now at this time The Browns have just hired Pat Shurmur. We have not hired a coaching staff as of yet. But we do have the same general manager and president. West coast offense – staying with the 3-4 defense ?
    Some things that were said at the news conference that were interesting. It starts with a gritty well coordinated offensive line. A reference about the roster getting old. We will do what we need to to have a good defence. There will be some turnover in the roster.
    In the event we can some how keep the services of most of our free agents. I would like to see us get some young talent for the offensive line. A trade down in the 1st round, Picking up the best OG Mike Pouncey , center experience, twin brother of Steelers player . 2nd pick,best canidate for right tackle maybe Nate Soldier out of Colorado a huge man 6’9 310 lbs. Fix that right side of the offensive line. 3rd pick,I could see a speedy wide receiver with kick return ability like Ronald Johnson USC or Niles Paul Nebraska a pair of 6’1 guys with 4.3 speed. Maybe one of them could get that chip on their shoulder like the Steelers Mike Wallace plays with. That would go a long way in helping our offense . Starting two rookies on the O-line , questionable I know. Seems to me the Jets did it a couple years ago and now look how they are doing.
    Yes I know Prince A. the cornerback out of Nebraska is currently the 6th rated player thus far . I would have no problem drafting another ” star CB ” . Giving us a pair of ” Pro Bowlers ” on the corners. I have no problem signing Eric Wright to come back with different coaching , a new mind set. I wonder how this will play out with him coming off a injury.
    I wonder if Dane Sasumbacker {misspelled for sure!} the wide receiver out of Ohio State can play in the NFL. Slow 40 time ? undersized 175 lbs ? Seems to be a ball player though , would you take a flyer on him with a low pick or free agent invitee ? They said the same thigs about Steve Largent of the Seahawks. And while I’m showing my age has anybody compared Peyton Hillis with Redskins running back John Riggens ?

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