Published: Mon, April 23, 2018
Medicine | By Brett Sutton

Browns general manager John Dorsey won't tip hand on team's draft plans

Browns general manager John Dorsey won't tip hand on team's draft plans

"Darnold is my number one guy because I think he can beat you from both inside the pocket and outside the pocket, but after him, I feel like you can kind of pick apart different characteristics of each player".

- Even though they just traded out of sixth overall, I'm expecting the Colts to be quite active in this draft with the amount of second-round picks that they have.

The Browns own five picks in the top 64 picks. Your guess is as good as mine but one thing is for sure, the Jets got a glimpse of what Allen can do and probably liked what they saw.

".when you look at those five kids, history tells you we'll be lucky if we get two to three that become franchise quarterbacks." he said. According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, general manager John Dorsey may have subtly hinted at the former Wyoming product being the choice that the team is eyeing after his comments concerning hand size.

First of all, we don't think they're going to trade out of this.

Now having the No. 3 overall pick, it's obvious the Jets are drafting a quarterback to finally and hopefully bring in a high-quality player that can be groomed to bring consistent success to the big apple.


The Chicago Bears took Mitch Trubisky as their second overall pick previous year and how else are you going to get the best out of him than drafting someone that will help give him all the time and space in the world and help start a serious run game. Indianapolis recieves 8th overall, 115th overall.

Running back is not a pressing need for the Bills.

- If this trade actually happened, my what fun this would be for New Orleans and head coach Sean Payton.

Dorsey said he will continue to listen to trade offers and will right up to draft day, but he noted that he would not expect any trade possibilities to get serious until next Thursday. That seems more likely than him trading down from the fourth pick. With all of the wide receivers on the board, the Falcons move up ahead of Dallas to give an explosive complementary option to Julio Jones for the next several seasons. Atlanta receives 18th overall.

- Perhaps you thought the Bills were done, but think again. In free agency, the Raiders sought out a mix of linebackers, adding Tahir Whitehead to the group, but they also signed some new members of the secondary with the additions of Marcus Gilchrist and Rashaan Melvin as well.

Various draft analysts have insisted Shepherd to be a mid-second rounder with Harrison and Cappa some of the best offensive lineman for teams that could wait a few years and let them develop. If he becomes a quality starter in the National Football League, I don't think it would surprise me. Buffalo receives 25th overall, 199th overall.

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