The Cleveland Browns are on the clock in PFT’s daily draft needs series, and the Browns, with seven picks in the first four rounds, are ever so well-positioned to address those needs.
For the second time in three years, the Browns have two first-round selections: the No. 4 overall pick, earned with a 4-12 mark a season ago, and the No. 26 pick, acquired from the Colts for tailback Trent Richardson, whom Cleveland selected third overall two years ago.
And as was the case two years ago, the Browns need a quarterback. They tried to fix the problem back then, drafting Brandon Weeden with the No. 22 pick in 2012. That didn’t work out, and Weeden is now a backup in Dallas.
The regime that drafted Weeden is long gone. Now, it’s G.M. Ray Farmer’s turn to find Cleveland a long-term solution at quarterback. The question is, does Farmer take that passer at No. 4 or No. 26? Or is he willing to wait until pick No. 35, the third selection in Round Two?
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