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Not a horrible move by the Browns. I like Quinn better at 22 than at 3. I'm still not sold on him but at least they won't have top 5 money tied up in the next Rick Mirer. With this trade Dallas is almost guaranteed a top 5 pick next season.

Looks like Charlie Frye will be packing his bags.

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Trade details:

Cleveland gets pick number 22 (Brady Quinn). Dallas gets pick number 36 and Cleveland's 2008 #1 pick.

And, as Flame said, all is right in the world.

Now GET THE CAMERAS OUT HIS FACE!!!

(Early prediction: Quinn's #10 jersey will be the HOTTEST selling jersey in Cleveland, and probably one of the tops in the league.)

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The Dolphins are to thank fro this for forgetting what the draft is to be used for and easting Ricky Williams Magic Brownies.

Horrible day to be a Dolphin fan.

As for the Browns they now have a foundation, a few good receivers good QB, good lineman0

Tank, I think three years down the road you'll be happy The Browns got Quinn and you got Ginn.

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The Dolphins are to thank fro this for forgetting what the draft is to be used for and easting Ricky Williams Magic Brownies.

Horrible day to be a Dolphin fan.

As for the Browns they now have a foundation, a few good receivers good QB, good lineman0

As a Dolphins fan, I agree

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Okay, so instead of hearing about the Chiefs possibilities for their pick, I get to see a Brady Quinn interview?

ESPN's been waiting ALL DAY for this to happen. They are gonna ride that train until the wheel falls off.

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Wow good trade for the cowboys to getting a 1st round pick next year which will proboly be a top ten pick. only 33 more picks till the Seahawks are on the clock.

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Trade details:

Cleveland gets pick number 22 (Brady Quinn). Dallas gets pick number 36 and Cleveland's 2008 first round pick.

Smart move by Cleveland there. They get a franchise Offencive Lineman, as well as a (probable) franchise Quarterback in a trade for really a bag of jockstraps.

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Wow good trade for the cowboys to getting a 1st round pick next which will be a lottery pick prboly. only 33 more picks to the Seahawks are on the clock.

There are no lottery picks in the NFL.

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So now who the Chiefs gon take?

I can very clearly see Joe Staley being taken here, since Will Shields AND WIllie Roaf is gone, and Kyle Turley just ain't work out.

The Chiefs need O-line help...especially if we now gon be seeing Mr. Brodie Croyle, the pride of the U. of Alabama, taking snaps from behind that line a little bit more regularly this season. Dude ain't that big, so they BETTER NOT let him get beat up back there, or he won't survive very long.

Dude was pretty good for the Tide in his college days; let's see what happens here.

Can these folks please SHUT THE HELL UP ABOUT BRADY QUINN???

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Dwayne Bowe to KC. I like this move, a big strong receiver really fills a need for the Chiefs.

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The pick is in...

...Dwayne Bowe, WR, LSU.

I guess Croyle now has someone to throw the ball to.

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They've needed a REAL wide receiver for 5 years. They had better pick a lineman in Round 2 though.

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A Cleveland Browns affiliate said that Charlie Frye will start, but if he struggles, Brady Quinn will step right in.

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Staley or Posluzny to the Pats? Or both? They've got another pick at 28.

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Brandon Meriweather, of Miami.

He of the helmet-swinging infamy from the UM-FIU debacle.

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Merriweather's got massive amounts of talent, but all he was known for was his part in that brawl.

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Greg Olsen to Carolina? For years the Panthers have been missing a tight end, Magnum was not the answer.

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Brandon Meriweather, of Miami.

He of the helmet-swinging infamy from the UM-FIU debacle.

But I bet $5 that he will somehow be transformed into a model citizen in New England.

2 straight years of no Super Bowl, yet people act like the Pats have won the past 5. Jeezus.

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Brandon Meriweather, of Miami.

He of the helmet-swinging infamy from the UM-FIU debacle.

But I bet $5 that he will somehow be transformed into a model citizen in New England.

2 straight years of no Super Bowl, yet people act like the Pats have won the past 5. Jeezus.

I know, right?

I mean, three in a row is an amazing feat, don't get me wrong, but um uh...yeah--damn.

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