Cleveland Browns WR Debate: It’s Just a Waiting Game Right Now

June 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The hottest debate in Cleveland Browns nation right now is the issue of adding a veteran wide receiver to their current group of young and inexperienced receivers.
I have covered two other sides of this debate over the past week, one article covering the need for a veteran , and the other side of not needing a veteran at all .
This is what I see as the final side of the debate and that is to be patient and see what this young group can do with a veteran quarterback in Jake Delhomme throwing them passes during both organized training activities (OTAs), minicamps, and possibly into the first couple of weeks of training camp and the preseason.
Early reports coming out of OTAs say that both Brian Robiskie and Chansi Stuckey are looking very comfortable in the offense and running good routes as well.
The biggest difference for receivers running their routes in OTAs compared to training camp is that there are no pads, so the lack of that weight makes the receivers fast...

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