2010 NFL Draft: Cleveland Browns Need a Secondary Makeover With Pool’s Departure

March 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns now have a huge hole to fill in their secondary with the departure of starting safety Brodney Pool to the New York Jets.
Apparently, the Browns were confident that even though Pool had a history with concussions, that no other team would make an offer to the 2009 Browns starter, and he would come back to the Browns.
The Jets obviously thought Pool was a steal since they signed him to a one-year deal to see if he can move forward in his young career without sustaining any more concussions.
Now the Browns have a big need, and this comes after both Mike Holmgren and Tom Heckert already acknowledged that the defensive secondary was a huge priority.
Pool may have been figured in for depth, in 2010 if he resigned, but now what is more important in the first round?
Cornerback or safety?
The two biggest names at safety who moved in free agency were Antrel Rolle and Kerry Rhodes, and the Browns both missed on those two players, especially Rhod...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments