2010 NFL Draft: Ted Ginn Jr. Trade Not Good for Dez Bryant

April 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With Ted Ginn Jr. going to San Francisco, Dez Bryant's draft aspirations have taken yet another blow.
No team in the top 10, other than the Cleveland Browns, is projected to take Bryant, and Mel Kiper Jr. is about the only one who mocked that.
Anyone who follows the Cleveland Browns also knows the chances of the Browns taking Bryant with their first round pick are slim at best.
Browns Team President Mike Holmgren and General Manager Tom Heckert held a press conference on Thursday, where the only thing of clarity they said was that they weren't going to reach for a player, even if it was for a position of need.
Taking Bryant with the seventh pick is reaching, so close that window out.
The next team that would even think of taking Bryant would be the Denver Broncos, because they just traded Brandon Marshall to Miami. However, Marshall had ego clashes with head coach Josh McDaniels.
The red flag on Dez Bryant was his screw up in lying to the NCAA about his ti...

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