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Final Mock Draft 4/24/13 Brendan Leister

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Who will your team select in the 2013 NFL Draft? (photo: thepackmentality.com)

DraftBrowns.com Editor: Brendan Leister

This final mock draft is a prediction of what will happen tomorrow evening.  My personal evaluations have no barring on the picks that are made in this mock draft. (more…)


Choose Your Own Adventure: Draft Day Scenarios

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Can the Browns ensure they pick a Star on Draft Day? (photo: cbssports.com)

By DraftBrowns Staff Writer, Ryan Alton

With about a week away (hurry up already!) from the annual NFL Draft, the biggest question on every Browns fan’s mind, aside from “What the hell is going on at Pilot/Flying J?”, is “What are the Browns going to do when they’re on the clock with the #6 pick?”.  As I see it, there are a number of options or scenarios that could play out.  Some are more likely than others in my honest opinion.  It is the focus of this piece to explore each of those briefly, knowing deep down inside, the Browns could likely do something completely unexpected and surprise us all.  Well, sew my head to the carpet and call me Clark!  Here we go… (more…)


2013 NFL Scouting Combine Wrap Up: Offense

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

Jonathan Cooper has a chance to overtake Chance Warmack as the top guard in the draft (Photo: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports)

DraftBrowns.com Staff Writer: Justin Higdon

The 2013 NFL Scouting Combine is in the books, and just like any other year, the event produced a broad spectrum of results.  Here’s a closer look at who dazzled, who disappointed, who surprised, and who simply confirmed what everyone already thought. (more…)


2013 Senior Bowl Day Two Practice Notes: South

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Quinton Patton is having a strong week of practice down in Mobile (Photo: NEPatriotsDraft.com)

DraftBrowns.com Staff Writer: Justin Higdon

Day Two of the South team’s practice started out broken into positional groups, with running backs doing some footwork drills.  It was largely uneventful until Stanford’s Stepfan Taylor tripped over one of the pads.  Taylor recovered to have a terrific day running the ball, displaying excellent vision and burst through the holes in breaking a couple of long runs.  His South teammate, Florida’s Mike Gillislee had a strong day as well, cutting on a dime to break a big gainer.  Both backs caught the ball well in drills and have three down, starting running back potential at the NFL level. (more…)






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