Cleveland Browns: Is a Braylon Edwards Return Possible?

February 16, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

One of the biggest needs for the Cleveland Browns this offseason has to be wide receiver.
The Browns do not currently have a bona fide No. 1 receiver and their leading receiver in 2010 was their starting tight end, Benjamin Watson.
Watson's 68 receptions for 763 yards were commendable numbers for a man playing his position.  Yet with the hiring of new head coach Pat Shurmur and the subsequent installation of the west coast offense, Watson seems headed for a decrease in production from the get go.  The west coast offense is primarily based on short, timed routes to wide receivers.
One theory on how the Browns can upgrade their receiving corps is via the draft. 
There are many fans and media types in Cleveland who believe that Georgia standout AJ Green is the wide receiver they should be targeting. Green, at 6'4'' and 215 pounds, is a big, quick receiver who has also has tremendous athletic ability when it comes to catching the football.  The think...

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