Cleveland Browns Wide Receivers: Lessons Learned from Basketball

July 9, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I'm really not exactly sure what I'm doing, writing a Browns article during the lockout. I made a mental pact with myself that I wasn't going to bother with writing and commenting on anything football related as long as the lockout continued.
Bless all of you who have been diligently writing articles every week even when there's nothing going on. I don't know how you've been doing it and I'm not sure who's reading, because I sure haven't. Which begs the question of why I'm writing a column that I probably wouldn't even read.
There has been some discussion over the past few days that has centered specifically around the Browns' wide receivers. There are rumblings that they will not be looking at adding a top WR in free agency but will stick with the current core of Brian Robiskie, Mohamed Massaquoi, Joshua Cribbs, Greg Little, and Carlton Mitchell.
Last year this group was underwhelming at best. The addition of second-round pick Greg Little gives a little promise (no pun ...

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