A Brief Browns Break: It’s Opening Day!


When it comes to the Browns lately, the news is anything but good.  No one knows what will happen to WR Donte’ Stallworth, or if QB Brady Quinn will ever be traded (which, in my opinion, would be a massive mistake).  There are just oh-so-many reasons why to trade Derek Anderson.  Nevertheless, there is a way to escape the usual doom and gloom that usually resides over the Browns organization, and that is the beginning of baseball season.

The Cleveland Indians, despite a 9-1 beatdown at the hands of the Texas Rangers, are the respite that all Browns fans need right about now, especially as we all eagerly await the NFL Draft, just waiting to rip apart every pick.  Therefore, it would be my advice to check out the Tribe coverage we have all season long at Deep Left Field.   Trust me, we could all use the hope that every baseball season brings.

But, if we are to talk Browns just a little bit in this post, let me make this proclamation: trade the fifth pick (more to come on this later)!

Tags: 2009 NFL Draft Brady Quinn Cleveland Browns Cleveland Indians Donte Stallworth Opening Day Trade Rumors

  • http://www.clevelandbrownsweblog.com clayton

    I agree on the QB situation. Trade neither or trade Anderson. I disagree on the fifth pick. If we can get Orakpo or Curry with that pick, then that would be a good selection. As far as good Browns news goes, the Stadium will be fun on Draft Day – it is worth attending.

  • chipoltecowboy

    Yes, we should trade the fifth pick to the Indians for Travis Hafner, Ryan Garko, and a third round pick in the summer league draft. The Indians are dying to unload Hafner’s salary, and we would fit in nicely with all the other high-profile acqusitions the Browns have made to turn the defense around.