Reviewing the Cleveland Browns' 5 Biggest Scouting Combine Takeaways

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Reviewing the Cleveland Browns' 5 Biggest Scouting Combine Takeaways
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It was an encouraging weekend for Cleveland fans, who saw their front office, which is oft-criticized for its supposed passivity, appear very active at this week's NFL combine.

As is expected in these early stages of pre-draft activity, the Browns didn't take any real action in terms of trading picks and the like, but they were unusually (at least for them) vocal, proactive shoppers.

The Browns were without GM Tom Heckert, who unfortunately had to miss the combine due to previously undisclosed health issues that ultimately resulted in heart surgery.

Fortunately, the word out of Berea is that Heckert is recovering and will still be very much involved in the draft process.

But the combine must go on regardless of who isn't able to attend, and go on it did for the rest of the Browns' talent evaluation contingency.

Following are five things we can take away from the combine for the Browns in 2012. Please be sure to leave your own thoughts on the Browns' combine activities in the comments below.

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