In a time where very few NFL teams have an interest in trading into the top 10 due to the enormous money handed out to NFL prospects taken that high, the Cleveland Browns, a team already in the top 10 at seventh overall, have not ruled out the possibility of trading up if it means landing Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford.
That according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, which quoted Browns GM Tom Heckert as saying the following.
“My job is to get good football players,” said Heckert. “If I think we can get a really good football player by moving up and if we have a chance to do that, we’ll do it.”
The Browns, much like the Bills, are likely to consider adding to their quarterback stable as they too have no clear cut proven starter currently on their roster. Cleveland reporters believe the Browns would trade up if it meant landing Sam Bradford.
Tags: 2010 NFL Draft, Sam Bradford
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