AFC North Dynasty Capsule: Cleveland Browns

July 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland has been a desolate wasteland for fantasy performers since the team’s return in 1999. Dynasty league owners have long looked the other way when mining for talent in their respective leagues. Last year showed little promise for many Browns players in dynasty leagues. Cleveland was finally prompted to make some needed changes. With the hiring of Mike Holmgren to the front office this offseason, hope has again returned.
The Browns have jettisoned their quarterbacks by letting Derek Anderson go to Arizona and trading Brady Quinn to Denver. They’ve also used this offseason to reload their offense with some valuable skill position players.
While it’s likely going to be some time before many these players make a huge impact in dynasty circles, they’re certainly worth analyzing now to project their future impact.
Let’s take a look at Cleveland in the latest edition of the dynasty capsule.
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