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  1. Best images to describe where this thread is heading!
  2. This is definitely not the direction I had in mind when starting this thread but I ain't mad.
  3. True but I keep seeing other teams players getting arrested...
  4. I just wanted to point out that so far this off-season it has been a true blessing not to hear any Browns players in the news for negative actions. Hopefully this means that players are starting to buy into Stefanski and his clear message that everything is about the team and individual actions will not be tolerated. What a change from last season where this team clearly had no discipline. Hope this also translates to less stupid drive killing penalties when they do play again. They had way too many of those last season. Cheers to maybe for once having a disciplined team that plays smart football!
  5. Browns Draft: If I Were in Charge

    Anyone get the feeling that Winfield will have a similar career to Bob Sanders? Both are about the same size and play a similar style. Sanders spent much of his career injured.
  6. Official UDFA Thread

    @Mind Character Tell me more about Tony "Touchdown" Brown WR Colorado. I know you were really high on this guy. You think he can make the team as a 3rd or 4th receiver?
  7. Day three discussion

    Interesting. Jeff Cavanaugh @JC1053 · 40m "He's got a problem with his foot. But there's a bigger problem here. It's his knee. Basically bone on bone." - @BryanBroaddus on why Akeem Davis-Gaither is still available.
  8. Browns Select DT Jordan Elliot

    whose got those editing skills to put Ben Roethlisberger in this picture.
  9. Day three discussion

    Jeff Risdon @JeffRisdon Keep an eye on Donovan Peoples-Jones to Cleveland today. Browns need WR but also return specialist and I know they did their homework on DPJ 9:34 AM · Apr 25, 2020·Twitter Web App
  10. Day three discussion

    Here are my day three targets: 37. IOL NETANE MUTI, FRESNO STATE Muti has all the tools to be an elite guard in the NFL. We'd be talking about him in much higher esteem had he not had his last two seasons cut short with injury. 48. WR TYLER JOHNSON, MINNESOTA Johnson may not wow with his speed or burst, but no testing number is going to capture the way he subtly sets up defenders snap after snap to get himself open. Some NFL team is getting a hell of a route runner. 70. WR JAUAN JENNINGS, TENNESSEE Jennings' background at QB shows up in the open field time and time again. The polish isn't there yet, but the raw physical tools very much are. Jennings is a very strong ‘how did he fall to there?' candidate a few years down the line. 101. WR JOHN HIGHTOWER, BOISE STATE Hightower will likely go later than most deep threats with comparable ability because of his slight frame, the level of competition and the deep receiver class. That's only going to make him more of a steal. 142. LB CAM BROWN, PENN STATE With Brown you're betting on his athletic traits translating better at the next level. That's not a bad bet either considering how fluid he is as an athlete at his size. A scheme that allows him to play fast could unlock his full potential. 149. RB J.J. TAYLOR, ARIZONA Call him a gimmick or gadget player if you want, but space players like Taylor can be difference-makers in the NFL.
  11. (Polls) 2020 NFL Draft Round 2 and 3 Discussion

    Malik Harrison Troy Dye
  12. (Polls) 2020 NFL Draft Round 2 and 3 Discussion

    Let's get Netane Muti our running game would be ridiculous.
  13. NFL Draft Round 1 Discussion

    players still available going into round 2 10 Jaylon Johnson CB 6-0, 193 Utah 11 Xavier McKinney S 6-0, 201 Alabama 18 Robert Hunt OG 6-5, 323 Louisiana 19 Antoine Winfield S 5-9, 203 Minnesota 22 Ross Blacklock DT 6-3, 290 Texas Christian 21 Marlon Davidson DE 6-3, 303 Auburn 44 Michael Pittman WR 6-4, 223 Southern California
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