2010 NFL Draft
After the draft officially ends, teams can start going crazy to sign anyone that didn't get drafted. If there is a certain player that the scouting department thought was a "gem" that no one else would draft, they'll grab them right away.
Today is the final day of the NFL Draft, featuring Rounds 4-7. The draft should kick off at 10:00 AM Saturday morning. For reference, here are the picks the Cleveland Browns have remaining...
If Lauvao ends up panning out at right guard in the future, maybe we go after a right tackle in next year's draft.
With his Texas coach announcing the pick, with the 85th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Browns selected McCoy. Browns fans live at the event jumped for joy, and most fans here on Dawgs By Nature could barely contain themselves.
This draft thread is for the discussion of round three. After the Browns traded up into the second round to draft Hardesty, here are the two remaining picks the Cleveland Browns have in the third round:
The Cleveland Browns traded up to get back into the second round at the 59th overall pick. As soon as the deal was made, everyone thought it would be Colt McCoy. However, instead we were thrown a curveball when the front office took Tennessee RB Montario Hardesty.
This is the type of pick that elicits a "what the heck?" reaction as soon as the name is announced. It might be a reach, but because the pick was not made in the first round, it's the type of deal I think we can live with.
It's Day 2 of the 2010 NFL Draft, and after going through the motions of round 1 last night, it's time for the Cleveland Browns to tackle rounds 2-3. This is where Mike Holmgren and Tom Heckert need to make their biggest splash.
What happened in day one and what to look for early in Day 2 of the 2010 NFL Draft.
React to the first round of the draft so far, which included the Browns drafting CB Joe Haden.
Most Cleveland fans have to be disappointed that the Kansas City Chiefs went ahead and drafted S Eric Berry with the fifth overall pick in the draft.