The Cleveland Browns (Finally) Take Out The Trash

March 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Like a rebellious teenager, the Cleveland Browns finally started to do their chores.
Too bad they did it a year too late.
Okay, so the analogy regarding Cleveland's recent offseason activity is a bit crude, but it illustrates my point perfectly. If the garbage isn't taken out, it backs up, and has a negative rippling effect on the rest of your domain.
Even after you take out the contents of the can, the damage is done. There's an unidentifiable odor, pizza boxes on the floor, empty beer bottles in your bed, and enough junk mail to challenge the structural integrity of your dining room table.
Picture Ozzy Osbourne's hotel room circa 1979.
Similarly, the Cleveland Browns are left to clean up a mess that started to overflow last year.
Before the 2009 NFL Draft, I wrote an article stating my belief that instead of another year of riding the quarterback carousel, it would have been in the Browns' best interest to cut ties with both Derek Anderson and Brady Qui...

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