The Browns traded up to select a free-falling Brady Quinn at No. 22 overall in the NFL Draft.
That has to be bad news for Charlie Frye and the Browns, since they gave up this year's second round pick and next year's first rounder.
It's a lopsided deal, and Phil Savage better pray Quinn is a Pro Bowler or else this trade is a travesty. Think about what the Browns just did...
They traded a high second rounder this year and a high first rounder next year (presumably) for a quarterback whom many don't even consider the franchise variety. That's awful.
Of course, it probably means the end of Frye's starting career with Cleveland.
If you're wondering how this affects Andy Alleman, I think it makes it even less likely the Browns will go offense again to select an offensive guard.
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