2010 NFL Draft: Browns Are Interested in Florida Prospects After Pro Day

March 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When it comes to their roster the Cleveland Browns are a team who has desperate needs in two major categories: defensive secondary and future franchise quarterback.
With two holes in starting spots at safety and cornerback, the Browns are a big contender to pick Florida cornerback Joe Haden, who after improving his 40-yard dash time at Florida's Pro Day, is even more of a lock when the Browns are up to pick at the No. 7 overall pick in the NFL Draft.
Both president Mike Holmgren and head coach Eric Mangini went down South to Florida to specifically watch Haden, quarterback Tim Tebow, and perhaps defensive end/linebacker Carlos Dunlap.
Haden looks to be their pick in the first round and he will start immediately opposite of Eric Wright, who himself is a rising talent at his position.
Many are assuming that the Browns may use many of their 12 draft picks to make a power move to get Oklahoma's Sam Bradford or Notre Dame's Jimmy Clausen, but with new starting quarterba...

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