Browns Not Likely To Look for a WR in Free Agency

The Browns don’t appear likely to search for a wide receiver in free agency when the NFL lockout ends. “I don’t see the Browns making a move on any receiver in free agency,” writes Tony Grossi of The Plain-Dealer. “They already have a cast of thousands at the position and have consistently expressed confidence in the receivers on their roster.”

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2 Responses to “Browns Not Likely To Look for a WR in Free Agency”

  1. Dotcommie says:

    Let’s just say that, while it is an informed opinion, it is purely opinion. The term “cast of thousands” is overstated to a degree that is somewhat sickening.

    Cast of thousands usually implies quality and quantity. Our cast is absolutely undefinable as quality. Actually, the quantity is not impressive either. The Arizona Cardinals’ Super Bowl WR stack was a cast of thousands of yards. Ours is more of a short stack of pancakes, without the sweet maple syrup.

    Not only could we use a T.O., or non-clubhouse-cancerous free agent, but we could have another anemic WR Corps without that FA. If that happens, look for another 5-win season, even with an improved defense. You can’t win if you don’t score.

  2. Denolakes says:

    FA is not going to radically change anything, I should think. We’ll most likely pick up role players. Important, but not earth-shaking.

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