Easy choice: Browns CB Haden wants Garrett with No. 1 pick

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The Browns earned that position by posting a 1-15 record in 2016, when they used three starting quarterbacks and four quarterbacks in all.

Ever since he was traded on March 10 from the Houston Texans to the Cleveland Browns, Osweiler has been stuck in a staredown between a bereft franchise and its future.

Lance Zierlein, NFL.com: The guy is a freak, which leads us to a comparable NFL talent in Jevon "The Freak" Kearse. With the sixth pick, the Browns are believed to want Trubisky.

"It doesn't matter when you got drafted or who you are, he's going to be in your face no matter what", Haden said. "But are we planning on it or is that the plan? No".

"There are a lot of good players in the draft, so there are times at which you may trade down and maybe there are times that you trade up". Many are anxiously waiting for their next move or who will they take from this year's talented crop of new players.

Cleveland is trying to trade its second-round pick, No. 52 overall, and the first selection in the fifth round, No. 145.

Many will question the amount of time Trubisky has played in the college ranks at this stage and think he needs more time on the field.

Supposedly, the Cleveland Browns aren't quite sure what they want to do with the top overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.

"Whatever team takes me, it's going to be a steal", Peppers said. NY general manager Mike Maccagnan has said he would like to move out of the No. 6 slot, so if there is a player available that the Browns want when the Jets are on the clock, there could be a trade match available.

BEREA, Ohio - There will be no Jimmy Garoppolo miracle in Cleveland come draft weekend, as Browns vice president Sashi Brown said Wednesday he has no plans to trade for a veteran quarterback. Unless something very unusual happens between now and April 27, the Browns are expected to take Garrett with the first pick in the draft. "We think we're positioned to be able to do that without impacting our draft too much".

North Carolina Tar Heels quarterback Mitch Trubisky (10) attempts a pass against the Miami Hurricanes during the first half at Hard Rock Stadium. "Positive young man", Brown said, via NFL.com.

The Browns worked out Trubisky and have spent a lot of time with him. Draft Garrett and miss on him, well, that's just plain bad luck. He is aware that Myles Garrett is a game-changer, a dominant player that could be one of the cornerstones for the Cleveland Browns.

Like all moves down, it will depend on the players on the board and it's hard to project what prospects would be available at No. 10 overall.