Easy choice: Browns CB Haden wants Garrett with No. 1 pick

A helmet with the NFL logo is placed on a table before the NFL football draft Thursday

Naturally, Tollner agrees with the draftnik consenus that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will call Trubisky's name on Draft Night - April 27th - somewhere between the first and 32nd selections. But unlike Neo, Trinity and Morpheus this article comes to you with "why". "I think we are positioning this team to be young and good, and they will be together for a long time". Starting with the third overall selection, the Bears are in a great position to add a ton of impact talent in the 2017 NFL Draft. The Brown may still be deciding on the No. 1 overall draft pick.

BEREA, Ohio (AP) - The Browns may still be deciding on the No. 1 overall draft pick. King and others only see one team standing out the most as a potential taker, and that's the Cleveland Browns.

"I think when you look at him and his background, he's a clean prospect in terms of when people are asking around the school about him, he's known as a really good leader".

Garrett is presumed to be Cleveland's top choice as well, and the team has done its homework on the 21-year-old, putting him through a private workout and getting to know him on a personal level. One NFL executive said, "I feel sorry for them".

Deshaun Watson will be drafted by the Bears, likely at #3 overall.

Detail view of Cleveland Browns helmet against the Washington Redskins during the second half at FedEx Field. He's one of the best corners available and can also give a team a boost on special teams with his returning ability.

The Browns were the worst team in the National Football League last season, claiming their one win last season on a missed field goal by the other team. The silver lining around last year's disappointing season and all of these drastic changes is the fact that the Bears have signed some free agents that could make a positive difference this upcoming season. He certainly expects to be Cleveland's choice at the top of next week's draft.

RB Kareem Hunt (Toledo) - The Willoughby native was a big-time producer with the Rockets, compiling 4,945 yards and 44 touchdowns over four seasons.

Interestingly, Kiper said he believes Trubisky is the only quarterback in this draft who is worth trading up for. Perhaps most importantly was Hunt's evolution as a bona fide pass-catcher, as he hauled in 41 passes for 403 yards after having just 152 yards combined in his first three seasons.

To this point, the predominance of thought has centered around whether the Bears would trade down from the No. 3 pick.

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