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Gettleman Talks Draft, No. 2 Pick

21 Avril 2018

Last year, the Browns became only the second team in National Football League history to finish a season with a 0-16 record, sharing the unwanted feat with the 2008 Detroit Lions. "Those two guys walked and talked like Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Russell Wilson, etc".

That includes whether or not to trade the Giants' first-round choice.

"Let me sit here and think about it", Dorsey said. ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. projects Allen to be the top overall pick by the Cleveland Browns. The expected top-five pick dropped like a stone before being rescued by Miami at no13.

- The more time passes, the more this Josh Allen rumor starts to become more than just a rumor.

In short, there are too many variables and unknowns to make any sort of new projection based on the schedule. "So there's a lot of time being spent to get this right".

"When John Dorsey goes dark, he goes dark", Jackson said. I have to take all that into consideration in making decisions, whether it's the draft, whether it's unrestricted free agency, whether it's trading for an Alec Ogletree.

Mayfield has the presence and accuracy the Jets are looking for at the QB position.

"Will they embrace the swagger of Mayfield, which is pretty significant?" I really enjoyed the coaching staff and I think it would be a really good fit.

First, nothing has changed.

Quarterback Josh Rosen throws during the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 3, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Gettleman led the front office that selected a running back at No 8 overall a year ago, when the Carolina Panthers took Christian McCaffrey, and he affirmed on Thursday that he doesn't subscribe to the idea that running backs aren't worthy of a top pick.

When a prime opportunity arises for a contingency plan at the sport's most important position, Parcells explained, the organization must take advantage.

The Ringer reported Thursday that multiple people in the Browns organization have "thought about, discussed and investigated" the idea of taking quarterbacks at both No. 1 and No. 4 overall. Then picks 21-24 will be awarded to the team who lose on Wildcard Weekend.

The development in this story that seems to have hit Rosen's draft hopes the hardest came earlier this month, when Mora questioned whether he is "fit" for the NFL.

"Is that an aberration or a trend?". Or is Gettleman playing coy at quarterback, waiting to pounce if his man slips past Cleveland?

And in a week or so we can add a few more names to the conversation.

Gettleman Talks Draft, No. 2 Pick