Browns Select Safety T.J. Ward With 38th Overall Pick

With the 38th overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns selected Oregon safety T.J. Ward. There are two things that are surprising about this pick:

1) Another safety that goes by the name of Taylor Mays was still on the board when the Browns made this pick. Some think that Ward might be a bit of a reach, but what does that say about Mays?

2) Some will be upset that the Browns passed on the two big quarterbacks – Jimmy Clausen and Colt McCoy – but one also can’t argue with the attempt to shore up the beleaguered secondary. Seeing McCoy in a Browns uniform would have been nice, but I’ll wait and see what the Browns do with those three third-round picks. With the way these quarterbacks are slipping, I wonder if the Browns could trade back into the second round.

Topics: 2010 NFL Draft, Cleveland Browns, Colt McCoy, Jimmy Clausen, Safety, T.J. Ward

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