This might get a bad reception around here, but hear me out. I think with all the browns needs that are apparent, it wouldnt be such a bad idea to consider a trade back in the first round. If one or even both of the top receivers are available, knowing that some strong teams later in the first may be looking for some receiver help( i.e. New England,Atlanta,New Orleans), why not consider?
If i would have my way, i would talk to New England. I've heard rumors of them possibly looking to trade up, and if these ring true, they could be possibly be looking for a top notch young receiver to add since they got rid of moss( getting older and not as good anymore) and then brought back Deion Branch. I think Heckert could talk them into trading up and taking our #6 spot for their #17 and #28 in the first round. I think we could also weasel them out of their second second round pick.
If this could happen we could go for a DL like kerrigan( if he is still there) or J.J. Watt( if he is still there) and possibly getting another receiver at the end of the first, or another position(maybe cornerback or possibly OL). Then with our first of the second round we could take a receiver( Torrey Smith, Greg Little, or Titus Young) and towards the end of the round, pick up someone like Sam Acho. After that, we could look at players at linebacker, running back( i kind of like Taiwan Jones from Eastern Washington).
Please give me some feedback, I am not saying it will or could happen, but I think it could be something that could work in our favor. After all, if I remember correctly, the Patriots have 6 picks available in the top four rounds. Only losing two to get them a top flight receiver might just work in our favor. Remember, Justin Blackmon comes out next year and Alshon Jefferies might also be leaving early. Both of those guys are considered as top flight receivers, and if we don't get to the playoffs this year, we might have a good chance to land one of those guys next year also.