According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, a quarterback could be in play to go first overall.
"Don't be surprised if Myles Garrett isn't the No. 1 pick," an executive told Schefter on Tuesday.
Like most others, Miller has Garrett listed as the top overall player on his latest big board. He also noted the edge-rusher will be the top overall pick "barring something unforeseen."
However, Schefter added there are split opinions in the Browns front office between Garrett and Trubisky.
It's clear Cleveland needs a quarterback after going 1-15 last season, using five different quarterbacks without even including converted receiver Terrelle Pryor. The players combined for just a 77.4 quarterback rating.
Still, Garrett is a generational talent and has a chance to be a star in the NFL.
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