Pick acquired from the Philadelphia Eagles.
I’m not completely convinced the Robert Griffin III experiment is over in Cleveland, and with Watson of the board it’s going to be hard to justify bringing in any of the other quarterbacks in at number twelve.
Corey Davis’ arrival should just about signal the finally final bell toll for Josh Gordon’s existence as a Browns name holder, and if the team brings back Terrelle Pryor then these two will combine nicely with last year’s top pick Brandon Coleman.
You can argue any number of names in this spot, but the fact Davis can work in the short and intermediate passing games from day one will make him more attractive than any other as they need a guy their quarterback can find early and often if he’s going to stay healthy.
Nursing an ankle injury hurts NFL Network’s ratings more than it hurts Davis’ draft stock, and his potential “slide” to twelve is more about the dominance of defensive talent this year and perhaps a surprise quarterback pick or two.