Cleveland Browns Look to Improve Secondary and Quarterback

March 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns entered the offseason with multiple, pressing needs.
Several problems have been addressed by the new Browns management, including upgrades to the tight end, offensive line, and inside linebacker positions.
The wide receiver position should see improvement naturally, as the corps is young and sophomore improvement is common.
This still leaves multiple areas of concern. The defensive secondary needs at least two more starters, and the quarterback position is in need of direction.
Focusing on the quarterback situation, Derek Anderson has been released from the team and Seneca Wallace has been added. This exchange, ideally, trades a backup quarterback for a slightly better backup quarterback with wildcat abilities.
Holmgren does not appear satisfied with Quinn, as he is reportedly shopping him around. If he can bring in his own guy, he will.
Free agency is not going to provide anything more than a stop-gap until a younger and more talented...

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