2011 NFL Draft: Cleveland Browns and Two Other Teams That Won Big This Weekend
2011 NFL Draft saw plenty of teams make the right moves
In a year of uncertainty, the NFL draft provided some reassurance for a number of teams going forward. What’s most impressive is that beyond watching the Falcons mortgage away the future for a receiver, or watching Tennessee take a huge risk for a quarterback, there were a number of teams with poor drafting histories make a good run at the talent this year.
Cleveland Browns could wait to take that load off of the Falcons when they acquired four picks to move up to number six. Holmgren addressed needs on the defense primarily and put the Browns on the track to successful rebuilding.
Chicago Bears had a good draft. They managed to get an offensive lineman in Gabe Carimi who should be a good right tackle for them. They managed to get a great value with Stephen Paea in the mid second round and their addition of safety filled another defensive need.
The Denver Broncos had a great day picking up Von Miller and managing to get the best safety in the draft, Rahim Moore. These two will provide immediate help to the Broncos and should make Elway’s first draft a success.
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