Cleveland Browns Draft: Trade Up, Trade Down or Stand Pat?

April 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Where does safety Eric Berry land and how important is he to the Cleveland Browns draft plans?  Those are the questions that will determine the "trade strategy" the Browns will employ. Scenario No. 1
Cleveland trades up to grab Berry, trading away picks seven and 38. QB will have to wait for later rounds or 2011. Scenario No. 2 
Cleveland stands pat and if Kansas City takes an offensive tackle, Berry likely falls to Cleveland and they keep their remaining draft picks (see previous mock). Scenario No. 3 
Berry is gone.  Cleveland trades down to accumulate additional draft picks. Scenario No. 4
Double trade. Employed last year, Cleveland again double dips down, starting first with San Francisco. The Niners get a shot at a top flight offensive tackle like Bryan Balaga, Bruce Campbell or Trent Williams, which tops their needs chart. The Browns get the No. 13 pick and the  No. 49 pick in the second round.  Just when you think its safe, Cleveland tra...

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