Expect the Rookie Class of the 2010 Cleveland Browns to Be Exceptional

June 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is a significant chance that all seven choices of this year's draft not slated for clipboard duty could see valuable time with the Cleveland Browns this season.
With the exception of the prize of this year's draft, Colt McCoy, every rookie has a legitimate chance to work his way into the playing rotation during the season.
First round cornerback Joe Haden will battle with Sheldon Brown and incumbent starter Eric Wright for a starting nod come opening day. The loser of the three way battle will see significant time on the field as the nickelback in three receiver sets, which are a staple in the NFL.
Haden is a physical corner who has respectable speed and a good recovery burst with great ball skills. Haden and rookie safety T.J. Ward have developed a bond during OTAs when they were often paired on the same side.
The 38th selection of the NFL draft, safety T.J. Ward has been battling Mike Adams for reps at free safety and if he continues to develop his pass cove...

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