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Will all the roster moves translate into wins this season?
Aside from a 10-6 record in 2007, the Cleveland Browns have been awful since coming back to the NFL in 1999. In hopes of changing that, ownership brought in Mike Holmgren to be team president and Tom Heckert to be the new GM.
Heckert and Holmgren have made a lot of moves, acquiring mostly middle-of-the road players, who will help with the team's overall depth, and releasing or trading players who may not fit into their plans.
The biggest move was the addition of Jake Delhomme, who at one time was a Pro Bowl quarterback, but has struggled the past few years with the Panthers. With the release of Derek Anderson and the trade of Brady Quinn, Delhomme should start for the Browns.
The moves made this year should be a good start to turning the Browns organization in the right direction, but with the amount of talent in the division, I still think they are a couple of years away from competing for the AFC North.