Assigning Odds to Every Potential Cleveland Browns First-Round Pick

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Assigning Odds to Every Potential Cleveland Browns First-Round Pick
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The Cleveland Browns will have a plethora of options on which to spend the sixth overall selection of the 2013 NFL draft.

Will they draft the best player available on their board? Or, more likely, will they trade down in order to gain a much needed second-round pick?

One more solid draft could be enough to complete the re-building process that Tom Heckert started in Berea just a few seasons ago.

Is a pass-rusher still a focus of the Browns’ draft plans? Recently, they hosted former Dallas Cowboys’ rusher Victor Butler before the standout reserve inked a deal with the New Orleans Saints.

Cornerback is also a big need. Despite signing two corners in free agency, there doesn’t appear to be a starting caliber player on the Browns roster to field opposite of Joe Haden.

The team also tried to ink recovering cornerback Brent Grimes, but he opted to take his talents to South Beach on a one-year contract instead of coming to Cleveland.

Does the need for a No. 2 cornerback take precedence over getting to the passer? Is it crucial to have two elite cornerbacks in today’s NFL?

We’ll examine the top options that should be available and the odds of each becoming the Browns’ first-round selection in the following slideshow.

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