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When the Browns announced they were switching to a 3-4 defense under the guidance of new coordinator Ray Horton, it was clear they would need to add the right personnel.
The Browns front office wasted no time plugging in Paul Kruger and Quentin Groves, signing them both within the first 48 hours of free agency.
Kruger will start at outside linebacker opposite Jabaal Sheard, while Groves and James-Michael Johnson will serve as the backups.
In a matter of two days, the Browns' situation at outside linebacker suddenly went from a question mark to a strength.
These moves all but eliminate Oregon's Dion Jordan and Georgia's Jarvis Jones from consideration as the sixth pick.
The best move for the Browns would be to trade down from No. 6. They spent their 2013 second-round choice on Josh Gordon in the supplemental draft, so the team only owns one pick on the second day of the draft.