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    ^^^ Like that kid. (Eifert)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMcCurry08 View Post

    I'm looking forward to the combine this weekend.

    And, I cannot help but think that the Browns might take Tyler with the 6th pick. It just makes too much sense:

    1. Chud is a former TE who loves them
    2. We are thin at that position
    3. OLB can be addressed in FA

    There is so much that has yet to be determined until the end of April. However, do not pencil in an OLB/DE hybrid with our 6th pick just yet. But, for the other draft-nerds like me out there, I suggest you look into this guy a lot more.

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    Or maybe we trade down from 6, grab a 2nd round pick and then take him.

    Also, we met with a QB


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    Some notes on today:

    Daryl Ruiter‏@RuiterWrongFAN

    Oklahoma State RB Joseph Randle told me he met with #Browns RBs coach John Settle Thursday evening and other staffters

    Daryl Ruiter‏@RuiterWrongFAN

    From my guy @dpbrugler "There is not a QB in this draft that can start ahead of Brandon Weeden in year 1" #Browns

    Adam Caplan‏@caplannfl

    Some of the teams Oklahoma LT Lane Johnson is scheduled to meet: Browns, Colts, Eagles, Bears, Texans, Ravens, Bengals, Steelers, Dolphins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoFlo View Post
    Adam Caplan‏@caplannfl

    Some of the teams Oklahoma LT Lane Johnson is scheduled to meet: Browns, Colts, Eagles, Bears, Texans, Ravens, Bengals, Steelers, Dolphins.
    If I had it my way, I would take an offensive lineman high in the draft every single year. Not a first rounder every year, but a significant pick. IMO there are too many good tackles and guards in this draft to not take at least one.

    And, don't be surprised if Lane runs a sub 5.0 forty today.

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    Speaking of offensive lineman, Terron Armstead ripped off a 4.65 at 300+ pounds.

    Crazy.
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    a skill that probably fits well in the world of PR where you want to listen tothe opinion of someone who thinks they know more than you

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    Just watched some of the TE drills from the combine.

    I see it as no accident that one of the Browns' scouts was front and center.

    I'll say it again...Tyler Eifert...get used to that name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qasim Mitchell View Post
    Just watched some of the TE drills from the combine.

    I see it as no accident that one of the Browns' scouts was front and center.

    I'll say it again...Tyler Eifert...get used to that name.
    You are off your proverbial rocker if you think this team will invest in a freegin TE with the 6 pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmknJoe7 View Post
    You are off your proverbial rocker if you think this team will invest in a freegin TE with the 6 pick.
    I do agree with him that Chud loves him some Tight Ends, but there's no way they take him at 6. Eifert could be an option in a trade down scenario. I also think Cameron could flourish under Chud. He's got the tools, just needs the coach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmknJoe7 View Post
    You are off your proverbial rocker if you think this team will invest in a freegin TE with the 6 pick.
    I know.

    Don't forget that nine years ago, we traded up to #6 to draft a TE. Now, is there a difference between Eifert and "The Soldier"? I think so.

    But based on what I have seen from the Cleveland Browns the last 14 years, this kind of move at #6 would not shock me.

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    I honestly could see us trading down to the late teens to acquire a 2nd rounder and taking a TE. While I don't think it is likely, I do think it could happen.

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    Come on here, guys. First off, these teams interview every single top prospect, every single year. Second, the Browns have far too many needs to use their first pick on a TE. Even if they found a trade down partner, they are still not going to draft a TE with the 1st pick. There's just no solid reasoning for it.

    Besides, I think Cameron may end up being a pretty good TE in this system, under these coaches.

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    Everybody thinks we're taking Jarvis Jones but his back really worries me
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    Tavon Austin just clocked in at a 4.25

    Texas WR Marquis Goodwin just clocked in at 4.25
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    I'm strongly against Jarvis Jones at this point. I just don't like his size and of course his neck issues are cause for serious concern. With Banner's statements yesterday about grading guys on injury, I gotta think Jones is on the outside looking in for the Browns.

    Ansah could be a real option. I think Dion Jordan, assuming his shoulder isn't a big deal looking forward, is the favorite at this point.

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