Browns clinch the 4th pick in the NFL Draft


Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; A general view of the NFL shield logo and main stage before the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

With the long, painful process that was the 2013 NFL season coming to an end, at least in the regular season, the Cleveland Browns have clinched the fourth spot in the draft.  The Houston Texans will be picking first and are currently searching for a head coach, the St. Louis Rams will pick second courtesy of Robert Griffin III trade will pick second, and the Jacksonville Jaguars are picking third.

The question all of a sudden at this point is who the coach will be for the Browns when they are making this pick.  All of a sudden, there is significant speculation that Rob Chudzinski could be a one and done head coach and suddenly Joe Banner, Mike Lombardi, Ray Farmer and Jimmy Haslam have to admit they made a huge miscalculation and find the right guy who needs to be better, faster.

The question as to where the Browns will be picking courtesy of the Indianapolis Colts, both for Trent Richardson and an unrelated trade is still up in the air as is the status of a third round pick from Pittsburgh.