Sam Bradford: The New Face of the Cleveland Browns?

March 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It seems like Sam Bradford, the 6'4", 230-pound Heisman Trophy winner, is gaining a lot of extra attention from the Cleveland Browns coaching staff.
"He's a big kid, he's accurate, he won a lot of football games, he is a leader," Brown's General Manager Tom Heckert said during the NFL Combine just a few weeks ago, "That pretty much sums it up. He has all the tools to put it together. Everyone wants to say he's a franchise, but until he does it you never know."
Those last words are exactly what the Browns' fans are afraid of.
Three years after drafting former Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn as their "franchise quarterback," he failed to put up the numbers, (and, more importantly, the wins) to keep him on the team.
This offseason he was traded away to the Denver Broncos for FB Peyton Hillis, a sixth round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, and a conditional late-round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.
A first-round pick for two sixth-round picks and a fullback?
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