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Apparently the browns owner and FO want Trubisky but the coaches want Garrett. Should be an interesting week.
 
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I'm going to try and get tickets for the DC game. Hopefully it isn't expensive.

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less than a week away...

 

 

who is the one player you guys absolutely do not want at 2? 8o 

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Mitchell Trusbisky
Leonard Fournette

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Mitch Trubisky for me.

 

 

That applies to all the QBs but especially for Mitch. I'll take Fournette, Adams, Hooker, Thomas, or McCaffrey at 2 over all the quarterbacks.

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Mitch Trubisky for me.


That applies to all the QBs but especially for Mitch. I'll take Fournette, Adams, Hooker, Thomas, or McCaffrey at 2 over all the quarterbacks.

Adams?

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Jamal Adams

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It just doesn't add up. If the Browns are torn between Garrett and Trubisky, why wouldn't they package #12 and other assets to us for the #2? Problem solved. Unless they are overvaluing the #12 pick.
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Jamal Adams

Oh my bad I knew who he is but I glanced over his name and thought you didn't mention him

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It just doesn't add up. If the Browns are torn between Garrett and Trubisky, why wouldn't they package #12 and other assets to us for the #2? Problem solved. Unless they are overvaluing the #12 pick.

They probrobly figure a good QB will be available at that pick.

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CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora "continues to hear" that coach Hue Jackson and his staff is "all in" on Myles Garrett at No. 1, but the front office and owner Jimmy Haslam is leaning more toward Mitchell Trubisky.

The "owner badly wants a QB," according to La Canfora. Haslam was said to be the one who banged the table for Johnny Manziel a couple years back, and that obviously backfired terribly. Maybe Haslam should consider refraining from meddling in personnel decisions and try and let his staff turn around this franchise. However, it sounds like the front office is also in his corner on this one, wanting a potential franchise passer. Garrett is a legitimate game-changer, and the "football guys," as in the coaching staff, know it. EVP Sashi Brown spoke earlier this week and hinted the pick will either be Garrett or Trubisky.

 

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I'm going to try and get tickets for the DC game. Hopefully it isn't expensive.
I've been there last 2 years in a row ,preseason and last year's game, my girl a Cowboys fan unfortunately lol I gotta say them CB fans make it a hell of a good time, tickets where expensive but the tail gate makes it worth it, definitely good times...
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if browns take trubisky at 1, who the hell he finna throw the ball to? fade routes to the ghost of josh gordon?? ****, air bud aint walkin thru them doors
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air bud lol

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i think matt miller is right 8o

 

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Garrett falling to 2?!?? nerd.gif what if we **** up and Garrett slips. That'll be the story of the draft that I can see happening laugh.gifmean.gif
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Apparently the browns owner and FO want Trubisky but the coaches want Garrett. Should be an interesting week.

And they can have him. Just gotta trade with us happy.gif




If this does happen do you guys go Mahomes with the 12 pick? Everything I read says that the Cardinals really love him and he might not be available past 13.....

Also if Ruben Foster slips to 34 do we get him???
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Garrett falling to 2?!?? nerd.gif what if we **** up and Garrett slips. That'll be the story of the draft that I can see happening laugh.gifmean.gif

 

prepare yourself for this ultimate mind blower: browns pass up on myles, and so do we

 

 

 

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And they can have him. Just gotta trade with us happy.gif




If this does happen do you guys go Mahomes with the 12 pick? Everything I read says that the Cardinals really love him and he might not be available past 13.....

Also if Ruben Foster slips to 34 do we get him???
Doubt it with his recent off the field troubles
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Idk...i think you have to if he's there.Just not sure if it fits what we're trying to do on defense this year.... Remember the last time we had "all character guys" on the team lol. Left us with hardly any talent.
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I would take him at 34, but I don't know if Lynch will.

 

 

****, I'd take Mixon there, too. 

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We cannot pass on Garrett if he's there. We just can't. If it's need vs. BPA you always go BPA.
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The forgotten one in this draft. Barring any injuries, I am confident he will be one of the best players from this draft when we look back in 5 years.

 

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wtf

 

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RB Glen Coffee, who retired and joined the U.S. Army, unretired and was waived by the 49ers.

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Damn salute to dude. Gave up the big money for pennies.
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Didn't he retire to become a pastor at first?
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Middlekauff just said on periscope that Matt Maiocco told him the 49ers are desperate to trade back.

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"Desperate" grin.gif
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I have to say the one plus about this draft is not having to wait around for an hour or so to hear our pick getting called laugh.gif
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Mitch Trubisky still a serious candidate for Browns at No. 1, sources say

 

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Mitch Trubisky is still under serious consideration by the Browns at No. 1 overall, league sources tell cleveland.com.

Despite the fact Browns head of football operations Sashi Brown gave strong vibes during his pre-draft press conference Wednesday that the Browns have zeroed in on Myles Garrett, they're still strongly considering taking Trubisky there, sources say.

The feeling on the part of the front office, sources say, is that the Browns are ready to draft their quarterback of the future and might not want to risk losing him if they try to trade up or hope he falls to them at No. 12.

Sources have told cleveland.com that the 49ers also like Trubisky and might take him at No. 2. "Don't be surprised,'' said one. If that's the case, the Browns would likely turn to DeShaun Watson or Patrick Mahomes. But if they believe that Trubisky can be their franchise quarterback, and some in the organization apparently do, they might want to pull the trigger at No. 1.

As reported here last week, Hue Jackson is firmly in the Myles Garrett camp at No. 1, and so is new defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. The coaches want a surefire gamechanger who can help them win right away, and Jackson said as much at the NFL annual meetings last month. Trubisky, while he shows tremendous promise, will need time after starting only 13 games at North Carolina.

But the Browns front office, led by Brown and Chief Strategy Officer Paul DePodesta, are taking some of their cues from former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson, who turned the Cowboys around with Troy Aikman, the No. 1 overall pick in 1989. The Cowboys went 1-15 that year, but jumped to 7-9 in 1990 and 11-5 and a playoff berth in 1991. Over the next four seasons, they won three Super Bowls, and Aikman established himself as a Hall of Fame quarterback.

The thinking in the front office is that the Browns traded down last year -- away from potential franchise quarterback Carson Wentz at No. 2 -- and stockpiled a boatload of high picks with which to rebuild the team. They also positioned themselves to draft their franchise quarterback this year, and are now possibly poised to do it.

During his pre-draft presser, Browns said the Browns have just about finalized their decision at No. 1 and "not much'' can make them change their minds. Everyone assumed he was talking about Garrett, widely regarded as the top talent in the draft. But sources say he may have been referring to Trubisky, the former Ohio Mr. Football from Mentor.

"We feel good about where we're going to be and who we're going to pick there (at No. 1),'' Brown said. "We've narrowed it down. We feel good about where we are.''

So good, in fact, that they've rebuffed suitors for the pick.

"We have received calls,'' said Browns. "We haven't resigned ourselves one way or the other. We feel really good about picking at one and I'll leave it at that."

Brown also vowed not to reveal the pick until the Browns are on the clock on Thursday night, meaning the drama will continue to build.

We wrote at the Combine last month that Trubisky was a serious candidate at No. 1

Perhaps all of the Trubisky speculation is a smokescreen to keep teams guessing and drum up interest in the pick. But sources say the interest is real, and that the Browns might not want to risk having to trade up to get him. Once source said he doesn't expect Trubisky to get past the Jets at No. 6, meaning the Browns would have to trade up with the Titans at No. 5 to get him.   

"We're open to (trading back up)," said Brown. "Generally we value picks. We think no matter how prepared you are, there's always a lot of uncertainty in the draft. Every team misses. We're not going to be different in that regard. We like young talent. We've said the draft is going to be the pipeline. So we don't want to get into a habit of turning two picks into one, so to speak.

"We just don't think that's a good way to do business over time. We've studied this around the league and it's just our inclination, but does not mean that if there was a player there we might not go take a shot. We think we're positioned to be able to do that without impacting our draft too much."

If the Browns try to go from No. 12 to No. 5, the Titans will undoubtedly drive a hard bargain. Last year, they gave the Browns a 2016 third-rounder and a 2017 second-rounder to move up from No. 15 to No. 8.

According to Johnson's original trade value chart, it would likely take one of the Browns' two second-round picks to move up from from No. 12 to No. 5. But according to the newer Harvard chart developed by Browns' analytics expert Kevin Meers, the Browns would only have to surrender a fifth-rounder -- which the Titans would probably never do.

If the Browns do take Trubisky No. 1, they'll be bucking conventional wisdom -- but there's nothing conventional about their front office. Almost every NFL draft analyst believes they will -- and should -- take Garrett at No. 1. In fact, ESPN quarterback expert Jon Gruden has Deshaun Watson ranked ahead of Trubisky, and highly-respected NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock doesn't even think they should trade up from No. 12 for the North Carolina product.

"I wouldn't,'' Mayock said on a conference call Friday. "Most of this quarterback class should be later down the line, whether it's first round or second round. The only wild card is the Jets at No. 6. I don't think Buffalo's going to take one at 10. They might. The Jets at six is a huge reach for any quarterback. ...So if you get past (the Jets)at six, it's clear sailing till 12 unless somebody tries to get up ahead of Cleveland."

That's a lot of 'ifs,' and the Browns know it. If they want the best quarterback in this draft, they might decide to grab him at No. 1.

Brown has final say over the draft, and if Trubisky is taken first, it will have been his decision. Jackson was scheduled to talk this week but had a conflict, so his pre-draft speak can't even be analyzed.

Again, maybe the coaches, the front office and owner Jimmy Haslam are all on the same page and they'll draft Garrett No. 1.

But it's not the slam-dunk most folks seem to think it is, and Trubisky isn't out of the picture there just yet.

 

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