The 2018 NFL Draft was filled with plenty of surprises from top to bottom. Obviously, Baker Mayfield was the first quarterback taken off the board, and Denzel Ward jumped all the way up to fourth, both picks by the Browns. The Saints traded up for what looked to be like a quarterback, but turned out to be a Defensive End from UTSA. Read Full Article Here!
The NFL Draft is next week, which means that the former college football stars will see their dreams come true. That also means that speculation is at an all-time high. Who will the Browns take with their top pick? What trades will be made? Will a running back be drafted first? It is hard to answer those questions, but here are three things to expect on the evening of the 26th.
This year’s draft class is stacked with quarterbacks. And a lot of them will be gone early. The most popular quarterbacks throughout the college season in terms of NFL potential were USC’s Sam Darnold, UCLA’s Josh Rosen, and Wyoming’s Josh Allen. Read Full Article Here!
The Browns have began utilizing their plethora of cap space by trading two draft picks for star wide-receiver Jarvis Landry (the Dolphins seem to have a problem trading great players for draft picks, sorry Jay Ajayi) and the acquisition of Tyrod Taylor. The Browns have slowly built the core of their roster through the draft in recent years, and they may be able to put together a good football team with their two early first round picks this year. Read Full Article Here
The biggest news surrounding NFL free agency this year is by far the future destination of franchise QB Kirk Cousins. Most people, including myself, didn’t think Cousins would ever leave Washington, but as the off-season has continued, determining where Cousins will go is a topic everyone has been discussing. Plenty of teams could benefit by adding Cousins to their roster. By throwing for over 4,000 yards last year, along with 27 touchdowns and just 13 interceptions, Cousins has shown the league that he is an elite quarterback, and with the proper weapons could turn any team around (yes, even the Browns). Read Full Article Here!