Cleveland Browns WR Debate: A Stance of Not Needing a Veteran Receiver

May 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

One of the most common, and in my opinion annoying conversations going on in Cleveland Browns Nation is the wide receiver position and the debate of whether or not a veteran is needed to help mentor and teach a very young group that the Browns have.
I personally say that Jake Delhomme is that mentor the young inexperienced receivers of the Browns need in the same way Eli Manning mentored the questionable group of receivers the Giants had going into the 2009 season.
Fellow Browns writer, Samuel Ingro, also touches on this topic of Delhomme mentoring the receivers in an article he wrote here .
So in the continuing debate, most recently ESPN.com blogger James Walker had a fan ask him if Delhomme would make the Pro Bowl this year via a huge comeback season over 2009.
"[I]t would be very hard putting up Pro Bowl numbers with a group of unproven and inexperienced receivers," wrote Walker in response.
That's a very judgemental answer when Delhomme has yet to throw a...

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