Scouts' Eye: Trade helps Browns' depth
Acquiring two Eagles vets helps Cleveland, but team still needs star-quality talent
Originally Published: April 5, 2010By Matt Williamson | Scouts Inc.
Scouts Inc. takes a look at major offseason storylines every Monday: Examining the Browns-Eagles trade from Cleveland's point of view The Cleveland Browns own plenty of draft picks this year, and although they sure could use them, adding quality football players like cornerback Sheldon Brown and linebacker Chris Gocong makes their defense better. The Browns acquired them in a trade that sent linebacker Alex Hall and two 2010 draft picks to thePhiladelphia Eagles on Friday. The fourth- and fifth-round selections are the Nos. 105 and 137 overall.
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