The Kansas City Chiefs are willing to trade the first pick in the 2013 draft. The Cleveland Browns want to trade Brandon Weeden. If Weeden would get the Browns the 1st overall pick in the up-coming draft he would already be cleaning out his locker in Berea. If I am Michael Lombardi I would deal him to Kansas City so fast he wouldn’t have time to slip his Cowboy Boots on. The Cleveland Browns could right the wrong that former team president Mike Holmgren laid on the City Of Cleveland before he finished robbing Randy Learner by forcing Tom Heckert to pick Weeden with the Browns 2nd pick in the 2012 NFL draft.
Lets face it folks. The Cleveland Browns have let so many players go over the years that could have built the team into winners it stopped being funny years ago. Just a couple of drafts ago the Browns pass over a guy by the name of Julio Jones, look what he has done in the NFL. Then we could have taken a guy by the name of Tom Brady that the Browns passed over. The Cleveland Browns don’t necessary suck at football, they suck at evaluating talent. If the team would have just read the articles contained on the Cleveland Sports 360 site and picked the players I have talked about drafting we would already be winners and we wouldn’t be stuck trying to figure out what to do with Weeden now.
One thing is for sure, there is no way the Browns will be able to pull the wool over Andy Reid’s eyes. He saw Weeden at his worse in the 2012 opener at the Browns Stadium. He probably would suffer from a hiatal hernia from laughing to hard if the Browns even asked the Chiefs to take Weeden for the number one overall pick in the draft. After watching Weeden finish the game against the Eagles with a 5.2 quarterback rating, Reid knows that Brandon Weeden doesn’t carry the kind of clout it takes to gain a number one draft pick.
Lets face it folks, Bernard Madoff couldn’t pull this deal off with Weeden.
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