Cleveland Browns WR Carlton Mitchell Could Help Team’s Anemic WR Corps

October 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As the Cleveland Browns prepare for their game against the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints, they will be playing without their No. 1 receiver, Mohammed Massaqoui who is still out due to a concussion received last Sunday in Pittsburgh by Steelers linebacker James Harrison on a still, very controversial helmet-to-helmet hit.
One thing came to my mind after that fateful hit is, despite Massaqoui's absence and the return of Joshua Cribbs, the Browns have not had a TRUE No. 1 wide receiver since their return, and with the exception of former first-round pick Braylon Edwards the Browns have not had a deep, home-run threat since the days of Webster Salughter.
Michael Jackson and Andre Rison were horrific busts and when the Browns came back into the league you had the likes of Kevin Johnson, Darren Chiverini, Quincy Morgan, Antonio Bryant and Dennis Northcutt would try in vain to help out the sad QB carousel under center and, like baseball where you have the pitcher-catcher ba...

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