NFL Draft: Will the Cleveland Browns Address Their Offensive Line Needs Early?

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It is no secret that the Cleveland Browns are in need of an offensive lineman.
Rex Hadnot, who played at right guard last year, has signed a three —year deal with the Arizona Cardinals. 
Ryan Tucker, who was listed at right tackle last year, has retired due to a knee injury.  
During free agency, the Browns addressed the right tackle spot by signing offensive tackle, Tony Pashos.
The right guard spot, however, has yet to be addressed. 
Reportedly, the Cleveland Browns have scheduled visits with two of the top offensive guards projected in the 2010 NFL Draft.
Offensive guard Mike Lupati, who is listed as the top offensive guard by many scouts, reportedly has a scheduled visit with the Cleveland Browns.
Lupati, a 6' —5'', 325 lb beast, is projected by many experts to go in the first round of the draft. 
The Browns also have a scheduled visit with offensive lineman,...

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