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Derek Carr is a great talent, possessing more accuracy and a stronger arm than his older brother, David Carr, the first overall pick of the 2002 NFL draft. However, this quarterback class is a bit crowded. Teddy Bridgewater, Johnny Manziel and Blake Bortles will likely go before him.
Daniel Jeremiah told The Dan Patrick Show (via NFL.com) the Browns have interest in Carr and may take him with the 26th overall pick. But if they do not, the teams after them (Saints, Panthers, Patriots, 49ers, Broncos and Seahawks) do not have a need for a QB.
Considering how unpredictable the Browns have been, don't be surprised if they pass on Carr.