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UCLA tight end Joseph Fauria
The conditional draft pick from August's David Sims trade to Philadelphia has resulted in Cleveland securing the Eagles sixth-round selection and giving up their seventh.
This was confirmed by Browns PR man Dan Murphy via Twitter:
Cleveland will now choose fifth and seventh in round six.
Joseph Fauria (TE)- Fifth Pick
Tight ends are becoming more important than ever around the NFL and are slated to be so again in Cleveland with the incoming coaching staff.
Standing 6'7" and 257 pounds, Joseph Fauria provides the potential mismatches that new offensive coordinator Norv Turner would drool over.
His 637 yards and 12 touchdowns (including a score in the Holiday Bowl) demonstrate reliable hands and playmaking ability.
A possible go-to option over the middle would be an ideal addition for this young team's attack, even if he does lack a quick first step.
The UCLA Bruin's main weakness continues to be blocking, but a sixth-round pick is expected to be a work in progress.
Fauria's upside could be huge if his nose for the end zone and catching ability translate to the pros.
This gives the Browns another huge body to go alongside fellow TE Jordan Cameron and, if re-signed, Benjamin Watson.
Quinn Sharp (K/P)- Seventh Pick
The Oklahoma State leg man offers a hybrid skill set as a field-goal kicker, punter and on kickoffs.
Handling double duty as kicker and punter the past two seasons, Quinn Sharp was a perfect 3-for-3 on field goals during Oklahoma State's victory in the Heart of Dallas Bowl.
Phil Dawson's future with the Browns is murky at best, meaning that an insurance policy needs to be put in place.
Sharp made 28-of-34 field-goal attempts with a long of 51 yards in 2012 and contributed a total of 156 points.
On the punting front, he consistently pins opponents inside the 20-yard line, which is something the Browns have been missing on a regular basis from current punter, Reggie Hodges.
The Cowboy averaged 46.3-yards per punt this year, compared to a lowly 41.8 from Hodges.
This Senior Bowl participant provides the Browns with rare versatility that covers multiple special-teams assignments.