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    Rumor has it the Browns were willing to trade half their draft picks to SF for the right to go after Harbaugh as coach.

    This Haslam guy smacks of a desperate win-at-all-costs-now kind of owner. They better get their franchise QB this draft or there may be another churn in coaching staff.

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    I heard that rumor. Could you see two brothers as head coaches in the same division ? One coaching the old Browns team and one coaching the new Browns team. Remember, if it's brown flush it down. Browns fans are fools ! They are proud they back their teams, sell out the stadiums despite the teams records. That's not a loyal fan, that's an idiot fan. Allow the ownership to realize, no winning no fans no money. How long do you think the Rooney's would keep things the same when they start seeing the fans go away and the dollars falling off ? it wouldn't be too long before we seen changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
    Rumor has it the Browns were willing to trade half their draft picks to SF for the right to go after Harbaugh as coach.

    This Haslam guy smacks of a desperate win-at-all-costs-now kind of owner. They better get their franchise QB this draft or there may be another churn in coaching staff.
    If they Land Manziel,...he's gonna look like a genius. The kid's style of play just may be condusive to being productive without having to have an excessive amount of help around him on the offensive side of the ball.

    Ie: Browns near instant respectability,...Johnny Manziel,... just add defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Polamalu View Post
    If they Land Manziel,...he's gonna look like a genius. The kid's style of play just may be condusive to being productive without having to have an excessive amount of help around him on the offensive side of the ball.

    Ie: Browns near instant respectability,...Johnny Manziel,... just add defense.
    They already have a pretty good defense.

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    They already have a pretty good defense.
    Yes,their defensive is decent Sugar,...but if they land Manziel they can use the rest of the draft and free agency to make it exceptional.

    For all of the bashing,...this Haslam guy may have the guts to do what it takes to bring a winning franchise to his fanbase. He's seems impulsive to the outside world,....but if any of us owned the Browns,....would'nt we be juuuust a little bit focused on winning ?

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    Still not done over there. LOL Sorry to bump this. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...wns-materials/

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    If SF loses JH over him being a little huffy with GM, they are complete MORONS. JH is a winner who built a contender that should contend for years. Even if JH can be difficult, so what? Deal with it. You won't be able to replace him very easily. No way.

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    interesting.... just released their leading tackler Dqwell Jackson...

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    Yup, over a roster bonus

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittpete View Post
    Yup, over a roster bonus
    gotta be more to the story than that ppete.... browns are like $30M under the cap...

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