Cleveland Browns: Examining all their quarterback options
By Randy Gurzi
With a dire need at quarterback, the Cleveland Browns finally have no shortage of answers for 2018. The question becomes, which move is best.
The Cleveland Browns need a quarterback. That’s not debatable. How they go about getting one however is. They currently own the No. 1 and No. 4 overall selections, which means they could have their pick of the incoming class.
They could also take a skill position player at No. 1 and see who is still on the board with the fourth pick.
Of course, them passing on a quarterback could lead to a land rush of teams trying to move up to spots two and three for a franchise guy. If they go the waiting route, it could be feasible that someone like Josh Allen of Wyoming or Baker Mayfield could be sitting there waiting to be picked. Then again so could Josh Rosen or Sam Darnold since scouts are all over the map on which of these guys is the best at the position.
While either draft scenario could net them a legitimate starter, it’s not the only option for new general manager John Dorsey and the Browns. This offseason, there will be a couple big names hitting the open market, as well as a few other viable options available via trade. Let’s examine each of those options.