Cleveland Browns: Tim Couch and the 12 Most Worthless Draft Picks Since 1999

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Cleveland Browns: Tim Couch and the 12 Most Worthless Draft Picks Since 1999
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The Cleveland Browns returned to the NFL in 1999, and have arguably gotten the least value of any team through the draft since then.

Quarterback Tim Couch was picked first overall in 1999, ahead of names like Donovan McNabb, Ricky Williams, Torry Holt, Champ Bailey and Daunte Culpepper.

The Browns lacked brains in the front office until Phil Savage stepped in as the general manager in 2005, but didn't have what's considered a great draft until Mike Holmgren took over as president of the team in 2010.

In the last 12 years, Cleveland has seen only four of its first round picks go the the Pro Bowl (Braylon Edwards, Joe Thomas, Kellen Winslow, Alex Mack).

Who else has been a no-show while wearing brown and orange? Let's take a look...

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