The Cleveland Browns Offseason In Review

June 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns have had an offseason bustling with activity at every turn. There were roster moves galore, trades, free agent signings, and holdouts. The NFL draft was the first under the direction of new team President Mike Holmgren and GM Tom Heckert. The results were received strangely at first, but there seems to be a method to their madness.
Overall, it was a very exciting, optimistic time to be a Cleveland Browns fan.
In a surprising move, Holmgren elected to keep Coach Eric Mangini and his staff, with one caveat:
He bring in former Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Gil Haskell to incorporate some sets and formations of the West Coast into Browns offensive coordinator Brian Daboll's base offense.
The first major order of business was to reformat the quarterback position by jettisoning Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn in favor of Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace.
Next, the Browns added golden child Colt McCoy in the third round of the draft and m...

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