10 Worst First Round Draft Picks in Cleveland Browns History

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10 Worst First Round Draft Picks in Cleveland Browns History

“The pain I feel now is the happiness I had before.  That's the deal.”  - C.S. Lewis

Could the Cleveland Browns’ draft history be described any better? 

Within their illustrious history, the Cleveland Browns have selected No. 1 overall three times (Bobby Garrett-1954, Tim Couch-1999 and Courtney Brown-2000).   These three prospects never turned into Hall of Famers for the Browns’ franchise, but Cleveland has selected four eventual Hall of Famers through the NFL Draft (Doug Atkins-1953, Jim Brown-1957, Paul Warfield-1964 and Ozzie Newsome-1978).

Browns fans have had to deal with a lot of heartache as of late, but with a saddened heart I have to inform you that the Cleveland Browns franchise has been dealing with appalling first-round picks for as long as it has been in existence

Here are my top 10 most awful first-round draft selections from bad to worse by the Cleveland Browns.

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