Under wraps: Browns GM keeping draft plans private

Paola Ditto
Aprile 21, 2018

Which quarterback? They don't know yet. The Ohio native went on to lead Cleveland's division rival to three Super Bowl appearances, winning two of them, and still has his team in position to compete for more.

Dorsey didn't reveal much on Thursday during a news conference in advance of next week's National Football League draft.

If you use Chase Stuart's model for evaluating the relative value of draft picks, the Panthers rank No. 19 in draft capital heading into this year, according to an analysis by Bill Barnwell at ESPN.

Mayock said he can't see the Giants trading back past the No. 6 overall pick, which now belongs to the Colts (and used to belong to the Jets).

If the Browns find a QB that's as good at passing as Garrett is at answering questions, they'll be in good shape.

Southern Cal's Sam Darnold is believed to be Cleveland's preferred choice in a strong QB class that includes Wyoming's Josh Allen, UCLA's Josh Rosen and Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield.

The Browns also own the No. 4 overall pick in this year's draft, in addition to three second-round selections. It is within the realm of possibility that two of the quarterbacks listed above could end up in Cleveland, though I wouldn't exactly bet on it.

Cleveland Browns GM John Dorsey said that "hand size is important" in the quarterback the team is drafting.

As for taking two quarterbacks in the same draft?

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