Could the Cleveland Browns Possibly Know What They’re Doing?

March 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While teams around the league generously shelled out large amounts of money on free agents, the Cleveland Browns sat idle and let the market die down.

On Sunday afternoon, they signed free agent linebacker Scott Fujita of the Saints, and offensive lineman Tony Pashos of the 49ers. The following day they struck a deal with President Holmgren's former team the Seattle Seahawks, bringing backup quarterback Seneca Wallace to Cleveland in a trade for a 2011 conditional draft pick.

From the outside, these moves seemed less than impressive, signing three veterans who haven't been regular starters for the majority of their careers. The moves in the end however, may wind up being absolute genius, this is what a real front office does.

For Cleveland fans this is a new concept, and it's understandable that passing on names like Julius Peppers, Dunta Robinson, Aaron Kampman, Antonio Cromartie, and Karlos Dansby would fire up the masses.

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