2010 NFL Draft: Browns’ Nine Questions for the Offseason—Question No. 2

February 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Last week, with Question No. 1, we addressed the Cleveland RFA and UFA situation. 
This week, since the combine started today, we're going to look at the draft and what Cleveland could do. 
So, let's get right to it.
Question No. 2: What does/should Cleveland do in the 2010 NFL draft?
I believe it’s fair to say that this is probably one of the most (if not the most) critical drafts in Cleveland Browns history. And as I’ve stated previously, it is critically important that the Browns “hit” on, at the very minimum, eight players in this draft.
The Browns currently have 11 selections in the 2010 draft available to bolster the current roster. 
But, they cannot afford misses, even with 11 picks. 
Eight players selected from this draft need to develop into contributing members of the team in the coming two years.
There are holes in basically ever...

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