NFL Draft: Cleveland Browns GM John Dorsey tight-lipped on first pick

NFL Draft: Cleveland Browns GM John Dorsey tight-lipped on first pick

And so do some mock drafts. It's extremely rare to even get 25% of your picks correct. But exactly who that player is is anyone's guess at this point.

After months upon months of chatter, rumors, and speculation, the 2018 NFL Draft is finally here. "You pick the one you like". Russell Erxleben was drafted with the hopes that he'd be a staple of the team, but investing that much draft capital in a non-"money five" position nearly never works out. That's why we have so many jaw-dropping moments on draft day. Anyone who isn't projecting Quenton Nelson to the Colts if he's still on the board is, in my opinion, getting a little too cute (or really, really wants to see him become a Chicago Bear). Allen is 6-foot-5, 234 pounds, runs a 4.76 40, can throw the ball over 80 yards and has the highest velocity (61 mph) of any quarterback to enter the NFL Draft in the last 10 years. The Browns have the No. 1 pick and the No. 4 pick this year - so they conceivably could walk away with two of these players. Teams like the Bills (drafting 12th) and Cardinals (drafting 15th) are in the market for a quarterback this year and could trade up to get one. Well, maybe it could!

I'm firmly of the mind that the New York Giants don't go with a quarterback at this pick. Losing the likes of Richard Sherman means they need some help in the secondary, but that can be solved by some overlooked products in the fifth round. Chubb in particular has mock drafters excited. And given the fact the Browns have seen so many "franchise quarterbacks" come and go and fail under the weighty pressure of trying to turn the franchise around, all eyes are going to be on that #1 pick to see how he grows through camp. Meanwhile, the Atlanta Falcons' team site previewed the possibility of Gesicki going a pick earlier, joining Julio Jones, Matt Ryan and company.

Don't get it twisted, though, the Jets gave Indianapolis Colts their No 6 pick, two second-rounders and another in 2019 to move up to No 3 - it is unfathomable that NY don't take a QB. Of course! The Bills got a 3rd round pick for Taylor and sent him an apology letter for shipping him off to quarterback hell.

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"That's what's fun about being a fan and watching the draft - trying to speculate and figure out who they should draft, who you think they're gonna draft", Thomas said.

This is the most confounding exercise in draft uncertainty, subterfuge, and just plain confusion that I have ever encountered.

Gronkowski previously hinted at considering retirement following New England's Super Bowl loss to the Eagles in February. And once again they have the chance to correct the problem after passing on Carson Wentz and Deshaun Watson in the past two drafts. However, Barkley's representatives reportedly have stated that his preferred destination is NY, boosting the two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year to a +190 favorite to be taken by the Giants, who now own the No. 2 pick. Former Cincinnati Bengals back-up AJ McCarran comes in but is nothing more than a stopgap, while they'll be reticent to throw last year's fifth-round pick, Nate Peterman, back into the fire following his five interceptions in the first half of his National Football League debut against the Los Angeles Chargers.