2010 NFL Draft Results: Reflecting on the Cleveland Browns’ Day Two Picks

April 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now that the instant reaction has been made, it's time to look back on Day Two of the NFL Draft and try to get a little more perspective on how the Browns did.
The Browns made three picks on Day Two, two in the second round and two in the third round.
T.J. Ward, a safety out of Oregon, was the Browns first pick, a move that left many people stunned. The pick seemed to be a bit of a reach, especially considering Sergio Kindle and Taylor Mays still were on the board.
A lot of people thought Colt McCoy was going to be the pick, but Team President Mike Holmgren and General Manager Tom Heckert weren't lying when they said they were going to wait until later in the draft to take a quarterback.
So, the Browns were looking for a safety, and that's what you have to go with.
Ward had been projected to go anywhere from late third round to the fifth round, depending on which draft board you were looking at.
For him to be taken early in the second was a bit of a head-s...

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