With the number one overall pick in the 2017 National Football League draft and big needs in nearly every position, the Cleveland Browns don't plan on adding another veteran quarterback to the mix, nor are they going to use their first pick on a rookie QB coming out of college.
The consensus seems to be no, and that has made for an offseason full of trade rumors about the Browns, who have 11 draft picks, including five in the first 65 selections, this year.
Supposedly, the Cleveland Browns aren't quite sure what they want to do with the top overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. However, one NFL Draft analyst is saying the Browns need to try to trade up, even though they now hold the No. 1 pick overall.
It certainly is a luxury to have four draft picks in two rounds, allowing the Browns to address their four biggest holes - defensive end, quarterback, safety, and now cornerback.
Six CBS (NFL Draft Scout) analysts unanimously predicted Garrett as the first overall pick. According to their report, sources say that the Browns and Jets are talking about a trade that would have the Browns moving up from the 12th pick to the Jets' selection at No. 6 in order to take a quarterback with Trubisky the primary target. His presence on the roster won't preclude the Browns from drafting a quarterback but gives them insurance if they aren't able to land the one they want. "Yes", the Cleveland Browns general manager Sashi Brown told the ESPN on the topic of trading their top draft selections for a quarterback. "You do what you can to try to at least align yourself and position yourself so you can execute on that and come out in a way where the organization is going to feel we did the best we possibly could to maximize day one and day two of the draft". "We feel really good about picking at No. 1, and I would leave it at that".
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"If it was my draft, then he would be", Haden said with a smile. "They can just do whatever they gotta do". It does not mean that if there is a player there we might not go take a shot. Best known for his involvement in the New Orleans bounties scandal, Williams wasted no time in laying out his expectations to Haden and Cleveland's other defensive players. "You can learn a lot".
Trubisky was efficient running Fedora's up-tempo offense and displayed the ability to stretch the field vertically and great arm strength to the perimeter. "You've just got to accept it".
"We do not", he said.
There has been talk that Tennessee could move down, we'll see about Jacksonville, but if the Bears want to move out of three I think that could be a spot for Cleveland to jump up and take Trubisky. "We look forward to him trying to establish himself here and have a chance to compete to be the starting quarterback".