Cleveland Browns WR Debate Hypothetical: A Stance for a Certain Veteran

May 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In continuing the debate over whether or not the Cleveland Browns need to add a veteran wide receiver to help teach and mentor the Browns' very young group of receivers—here is an option that could occur sooner than later, acquiring Deion Branch.
If you happened to miss my stance on not needing a veteran wide receiver, then click here to read it.
First, this is a current hypothetical since Branch is still under contract and on the Seattle Seahawks roster, but since he was brought on for the 2006 season, he has been a disappointment comparing to the amount of money the Seahawks signed him for.
Branch will make over $5 million in 2010, which is one of the main reasons he may get cut from the roster (according to various Seattle sources). This would be due to the lack of a salary cap and also to Seattle having a new front office and head coach.
One of the biggest reasons the Browns should pursue Branch IF he gets cut is because of his familiarity w...

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