2010 NFL Draft: Cleveland Browns First Round Options Post-Eagles Trade

April 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Just one day after what many thought was a big April Fools joke, where Shaun Rogers was actually arrested for possession of a loaded gun at an airport (no jokes on this one), the Browns make a magnificent trade with the Eagles to attain a starting cornerback in Sheldon Brown and a possible starting outside linebacker in Chris Gocong. Both the Roger arrest and the acquisition of Brown and Gocong have changed the first round options for the Browns. Florida cornerback Joe Haden was a lock, but now he is not; because with Brown penciled in as a starter, there is no need to take another cornerback that high in the draft with other roster holes still looming. The most important positional needs are still at quarterback of the future (obviously), free safety, defensive line, offensive guard, and wide receiver.Begin Slideshow

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