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    Default Draft Trade Value Chart

    Since our draft position will be determined after this week here's a trade value chart for draft picks for future reference.



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    As of right now, Browns are at 13 and 16 in the first round per NFL.com. That could possibly net them the third overall pick-- Amari Cooper? Or, hold onto those two and have a decent shot at Devante Parker, Kevin White, Sammie Coates, Derek Funchess, or Jaelen Strong as well as either a DL, LB, or RT?

    I'd rather stay put.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToastedPagel View Post
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    As of right now, Browns are at 13 and 16 in the first round per NFL.com. That could possibly net them the third overall pick-- Amari Cooper? Or, hold onto those two and have a decent shot at Devante Parker, Kevin White, Sammie Coates, Derek Funchess, or Jaelen Strong as well as either a DL, LB, or RT?

    I'd rather stay put.
    Same here. Way too many needs

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    We can't afford to give away 1st rd picks for a guy. We got several holes to fill.

    In the 1st rd we have to get more front seven help with a run stuffer or edge rusher. We need both.

    + we should seriously consider a LT, that we can put on the right side, and slide him into Joe Thomas' spot in a few years. For now though, slide Schwartz to right guard and Greco becomes a quality backup interior lineman that can play center too.

    That's three holes in the first two rounds and we still need a TE, WR, RB and LB'er. Not to mention we still are looking for a QBOTF maybe.
    Last edited by jaydog; 12-25-2014 at 08:05 AM.
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    that's where i'm at. I want 2 DT and one OT for our first 3 picks.

    Nothing else matters

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    ...and a FA DT and RT/LT
    "The quarterback question lingers, but the Browns traded and traded and traded and traded and traded and acquired nine players and three high draft choices.

    It's tough to argue those results." Pat McManamon 5-3-16

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    Farmer reiterated in his presser the need to de-emphasize the QB position.

    That means linemen and possibly another RB and TE.
    "The quarterback question lingers, but the Browns traded and traded and traded and traded and traded and acquired nine players and three high draft choices.

    It's tough to argue those results." Pat McManamon 5-3-16

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