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Cleveland Browns

GM: @FtbSickness  of FootballSickness.com –>2 DL, 2 WR, 1 OL, 1 TE, 1 CB, 1 RB

……….Traded Away 2012 4th Round Pick (Eagles)

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6. Cleveland (5-11) – @FtbSickness – Da’Quan Bowers, DE – Clemson
2.05 Cleveland (5-11) @FtbSickness – Leonard Hankerson, WR – Mia

3.06 Cleveland (5-11) – @FtbSickness – Jarvis Jenkins, DT – Clemson

3.21 Cleveland (From Phi) – @FtbSickness – DeMarcus Love, OT – Arkansas

5.06 (137) Cleveland Browns: Lance Kendricks, TE – Wisconsin

6.05 – 170. Cleveland Browns: Jalil Brown, CB – Colorado

6.03 – 168. Cleveland Browns(f/DEN): Jeff Maehl, WR – Oregon

7.45 – 248. Cleveland Browns(comp): Chad Spann, RB – Northern Illinois

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Trade Log:

Clevland Browns have traded 4.05 & 4th (’12) to Philidelphia Eagles for 3.21

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6 Clemson DE Da’Quan Bowers — A major reach; Cleveland secures its next Courtney Brown.

37 Miami WR Leonard Hankerson — Arguably, another reach, to which Browns are accustomed.

70 Clemson DT Jarvis Jenkins — Little production as a senior; an odd fit for the new 4-3 scheme.

85 Arkansas T/G DeMarcus Love — Lacks ideal movement skills, will likely have to play guard.

137 Wisconsin TE Lance Kendricks — The Browns’ first value pick at a position of mediocre need.

168 Oregon WR Jeff Maehl — Small and slow isn’t a good combo for a receiver; can cover punts.

170 Colorado CB Jalil Brown — Didn’t make enough plays opposite Jimmy Smith at Colorado.

248 Northern Illinois RB Chad Spann — Could make practice squad, but may not be good enough.

The Browns traded two fourth-round picks (one in 2012) to move up for DeMarcus Love, who can’t pass protect.  Cleveland’s offensive line need is at right tackle, not guard where Love projects.  This was an unimpressive haul, top to bottom, and the decision to pass on A.J. Green at No. 6 in favor of a defensive end with knee problems is one Mike Holmgren will live to regret.  Hankerson could top out as a quality No. 2 receiver, but that’s not a good enough fall-back plan.

Grade: D

Graded by Aaron Aloysius – DraftBreakdown.com – @AaronAloysius

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