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Browns just got more ammo to draft a receiver

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Cleveland just dealt the fifth overall pick to the New York Jets, who grabbed USC quarterback Mark Sanchez.

In exchange, the Browns picked up the Jets' pick at No. 17 as well as

This gives Cleveland, which is in the market for a wideout, more ammunition to grab one off the board before the Bears go on the clock at No. 49.

The Browns are now picking at No. 17. They have three picks in the second round, but just one is before the Bears at No. 36. They are also selecting at No. 50 and No. 52, meaning they can move up in a trade if they want.

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Bear fans ... I think it's time to start thinking defense. Cleveland moved back so they have a WR in mind at one of those picks. And like Brad reported, even if they don't they can still jump in front of Chicago if one falls.

I think Mr. Angelo trades down and gets a later 2nd rounder and another 3rd round pick.

I want an interior offensive lineman, maybe Alex Mack, Max Unger or Andy Levitre and more defense. FS is of course the biggest need, but also another DE would be nice.

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