Browns start round two RB run with Nick Chubb

Apr 28, 2018, 10:58
Browns start round two RB run with Nick Chubb

The Cleveland Browns' long search for a franchise quarterback has led them to Baker Mayfield - the first of four passers to be drafted in the top 10 Thursday night.

Sure enough, that's exactly what hapened and Goldhammer says he'll live up to his promise. I think he eventually kind of spoke up and said it first ... just come back, another year for our teammates and everyone around us. Leading up to the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Goldhammer claimed that he would be willing to eat "horse poop" if the Browns ultimately decided on Mayfield.

In fact, ESPN Cleveland radio host Aaron Goldhammer was so confident Mayfield wouldn't be the pick, even as reports snuck out that he would, that he promised on air Thursday that he would "eat horse poop" if the Browns selected the Heisman victor.

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Ward was the consensus CB1 in the class, but it was still a bit of a surprise that the Browns picked the Ohio State product over NC State defensive end Bradley Chubb. "Ward [is] another young prospect that adds to the pipeline of youth that new Browns general manager John Dorsey has coveted and found this offseason". I don't take out the time for them.

"Stuff like that, in between the lines, I'll be very competitive", he said, "but the other stuff, obviously, it can't happen". Cleveland addressed a major defensive need and selected defensive end Myles Garrett with the first overall pick a year ago. Cleveland has started 28 QBs since 1999.

Mayfield, who could sit behind the newly acquired Taylor, joins a team that went 0-16 in 2017.

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Looking back, Mayfield said he regrets the "stuff" he did and that going forward he has to redirect his emotions.

With the first pick of the third round, the 65th overall pick, the Oakland Raiders chose Brandon Parker, an offensive tackle from N.C. A&T State. "And I will make sure over the next decade or so that they will know that they made a mistake". "Being at Ohio State, there was pressure all the time there". Jackson will learn behind Joe Flacco in Baltimore before taking over from him eventually.

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