Cleveland Browns: Could Jonathan Haggerty Have Helped a Struggling WR Group?

November 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns are sitting in third place in the AFC North in this 2010 NFL regular season and even though their playoff chances seem slim right now, they are poised to play the spoiler against every team that is playoff-bound for the remainder of this season.
How great would it be for the Browns to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers and/or the Baltimore Ravens in the final two weeks of the season and ruin one of their playoff chances?
It would be a sweet ending to the season. but that is not the point of this article.
The point is it right now is that many Browns fans are jumping on the, "We need a wide receiver," bandwagon with Georgia junior A.J. Green topping the list.
Remember that Green is only a junior and there is no guarantee that he will even declare his eligibility.
Also, what if undrafted rookie receiver Jonathan Haggerty never got injured in the first preseason game this season?
Haggerty is a 6'1", 200-pound receiver who runs the 40-yard dash ...

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