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First off, Joe Haden is a stud and very fun to watch on defense.
Second, Sheldon Brown is solid as a veteran presence on the team but he may be regressing as a starter as he gets older and he might be better as a third corner in defensive formations in 2011.
That means either the Browns re-sign Eric Wright and start him opposite of Haden (this is where Browns fans all say YIKES!) or get another quality starter for next season.
I say if and only if A.J. Green is gone in the first and if Julio Jones is not predicted to go in the top 15 picks, then the Browns try and get one of the two top corners in the upcoming draft class.
You might think there is no way the Browns would spend two first round picks in two straight years on a corner, but do not forget that this is a pass happy league and general manager Tom Heckert loves having lockdown corners on his defense.
Look at the Philadelphia Eagles when Heckert was there and he acquired both Ellis Hobbs and Asante Samuel to lock down the edges.
With Haden in place, do not doubt that the Browns could pick either LSU's Patrick Peterson or Nebraska's Prince Amukamara.
I say if not a receiver in the first, then go cornerback and let's lock down opposing receivers in 2011 and beyond.