2010 NFL Draft: Cleveland Browns Are Looking For a Franchise Changing Draft Now

March 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The writing is on the wall...the Cleveland Browns are looking at the 2010 NFL Draft as their franchise changing draft for the future.
This is obvious to any Browns fan who is still in a state of shock after the team they once loved and knew so well has just been blown up by two weekend trades.
The Brady Quinn trade to the Broncos happened very quickly after the Browns signed veteran quarterback Jake Delhomme to a two-year contract at the beginning of the March 12 weekend.
What wasn't expected was the low value the team received for Delhomme, including two future draft picks and a running back in Peyton Hillis. Known in Denver for his endzone salutes after scoring,  Hillis is a giant back and a bruiser.
Coming in a 6'1" and 240 pounds, Denver fans loved his bruising running style and gritty nature when the ball was in his hands.
He is a perfect fit to compliment both Jerome Harrison and untested James Davis.
Initially said to be a fullback, Hillis is ...

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