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Cleveland trades first-round pick (No. 4 overall), fourth-round pick (No. 118 overall), fifth-round pick (No. 139 overall), seventh-round pick (No. 211 overall) to Minnesota for first-round pick (No. 3 overall)
Four picks for one player is kind of crazy. Then again, that's how they got to have 13 picks to begin with. There is no way all 13 picks make the team in Cleveland and it's always good to bring in the guy you want.
Round 1, Pick 3: RB Trent Richardson
The Browns don’t have a legitimate running back and need a true long-term pounder. Richardson is arguably the best running back to enter the draft since Adrian Peterson in the 2007 draft.
Richardson is going to be the workhorse that will help Colt McCoy turn into at least a serviceable quarterback and can contribute in not just the running game, but also in the passing game.
Round 1, Pick 22: QB Brandon Weeden
The Browns took a quarterback here who will be a starter, but he's 28 years old. He's a good talent and a has a great arm, but there is a question as to whether he is more Chris Weinke than anything else.
Brandon Weeden is a mid-second round value who was selected in the first and doesn't deserve to go there. On the bright side, they finally have a starting caliber quarterback, but they need someone who can block.
Round 2, Pick 5: OT Mitchell Schwartz
This is one of the top needs in Cleveland. They have needed someone who could play the right tackle since Joe Thomas asserted himself as the left tackle. Mitchell Schwartz isn't the best value-pick right here, but he is the best fit for the Browns offense.
Cleveland trades third-round pick (No. 67 overall) to Denver for third-round pick (No. 87 overall) and fourth-round pick (No. 120 overall)
Cleveland picks up another fourth-round pick to move down 20 spots. Great move here, as there is lot of value left.
Round 3, Pick 24: DT John Hughes
The Browns already have a pair of really solid defensive tackles and could have used a true defensive end here.
Round 4, Pick 5: WR Travis Benjamin
This is a need hit, but the value is terrible here. Benjamin was a fringe draft pick and is best as a pure return man.
Round 4, Pick 25: LB James-Michael Johnson
Johnson is a good fit for both inside and outside linebacker and is a solid value here.
Round 5, Pick 25: OL Ryan Miller
This is a great fit for a player who could come in and compete for the starting right guard spot.
Round 6, Pick 34: LB Emmanuel Acho
Acho is a very good linebacker who can play the MLB, SLB or WLB spot and will be solid depth in Cleveland.
Round 6, Pick 35: DL Billy Winn
Winn is a guy who can play defensive end in base packages and then DT in sub packages, allowing the Browns some great DL depth.
Round 7, Pick 38: CB Trevin Wade
Wade is a very good fit for Cleveland's defense and should compete for a roster spot.
Round 7, Pick 40: TE Brad Smelley
Smelley is someone who can win a job as a H-back style receiver for the Browns.