OBR Daily Blog: Draft Week

The 2011 NFL Draft finally arrives this week and The OBR is all over it.


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

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04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

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04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html


04/30
2:22 PM

Cameron Shows Some Sizzle

http://cle.scout.com/2/1068657.html

Blake Griffin Hypes Jordan Cameron
Dave Kolonich on April 30th, 2011 AT 12:52 PM



04/30
11:07 AM

LIVE 2011 NFL Draft Blog: Rounds 4-7: NFL analyst John Crist, director of scouting Scott Kennedy and an array of… http://bit.ly/jXzNoQ


04/30
10:05 AM

The Biggest Losers: DE, QB Out Millions: Two of the most talanted prospects available in the draft, Clemson defe… http://bit.ly/iHo2lu

Greg Little Conference Call Transcript
Don Delco on April 30th, 2011 AT 7:05 AM

Browns WR Greg Little Conference Call 4-29-11

(On what North Carolina Head Coach Butch Davis told him about Cleveland) – "He said it was a remarkable organization to be a part of and I'm happy to be here."

(On his one year layoff from football) – "It was really tough for me. I learned a tremendous amount of how to deal with success. Just being able to deal with it at such an adverse time, I think I've grown a lot from it. A lot of my morals and values have changed so much just from sitting out that year. I'm so hungry and ready to get back and play. It just baffles me sometimes."

(On if he felt that he had to prove to teams that he had learned from his mistakes) – "That was one of the issues or major concerns that a lot of the teams were really talking to me about. I think I did a great job with addressing them and I'm just happy to truly be a part of the Browns right now."

(On his physical nature as a wide receiver) – "I think I developed that a lot from being a running back early on in my career and just being a physical, downhill runner and getting north and south as soon as you catch the ball was really where I got it from. But now, just trying to develop into a complete wide receiver is one of my goals right now."

(On whom he emulates in the NFL) – "I kind of emulate an (Houston Texans wide receiver) Andre Johnson and (Baltimore Ravens wide receiver) Anquan Boldin type of a guy. I watched a lot of film on those guys and (they are) some guys that I can really learn from as well."

(On his overall growth potential) – "I think to me, to be accepted as a second round draft pick, while just playing the position completely one full year, I think the sky's the limit for me right now. Honestly, I think I have so much upside to wide receiver, not having played the position but one complete year. I'm just ready to get back at it."

(On what he did to stay football sharp during the past year) – "I caught a lot of passes. I kind of prided myself on catching 100 balls a day just to stay sharp and that's one of the things that our (North Carolina) Offensive Coordinator John Shoop asked guys to do in the offseason at North Carolina. I think that's basically how I stayed sharp."

(On what makes him a good fit for the West Coast Offense) – "I come from the West Coast Offense. The same terminology, the same verbiage, exact same calls, everything. I think it's going to be such a smooth transition to where when I met with the Cleveland Browns I knew a lot of their terminology already. I think that's one of the things that I'm really excited about as well."

(On if he has heard from Browns QB Colt McCoy and if he plans to get in touch with him) – "No. Colt was in a conference after I got drafted, but I sent a text out to him and I'm awaiting his call right now."

(On being the Browns number one receiver) – "Quite frankly, I just feel like that's something that is earned, especially in this league. I feel like that is a challenge that I am ready to step up to the plate and accept. I think those are some of the things that push me, that I'm always willing to accept the bigger challenges."

(On his speed and 40-yard dash time) – "I think a lot of things come into play as a wide receiver. Route running, ability to separate and not only just straight line speed, but if you can't break down and cut from that, then that will also hinder you as a wide receiver. I think that is one of the things that I flourish in my game, route running and the ability to separate. I think I wasn't able to display my growth in that aspect, but I'm completely ready to step on to the challenges of the NFL right now."

(On what he learned his mistakes and from sitting out a year) – "Knowing how to handle success. I think I just learned an abundance from sitting out this season from a maturity standpoint. Rearranging my morals and values as a person and as a player and I think I'm ready to show everyone the guy that I truly am."

(On if playing running back at UNC influenced his style at wide receiver) – "Most certainly it did. It made me a more physical, downhill runner. I think that's where I can kind of excel from that, just from having played, earlier on, running back in my career.”

(On his "diva" reputation and rearranging his morals) – "No, not so much. I think I've gotten that just from what people have seen on film, and then kind of not getting to know me as a player or as a person off the field. Meeting with them at the Combine and coming on that visit, I think they got to know exactly the person who I was. Having worked with (Browns Tight Ends) Coach Steve Hagen also on the staff, he kind of saw me develop as a person and as a player as well. He knows exactly the guy that I am right now."

(On what he thinks about the his perceived negative reputation) – "It's only something that I kind of want to show everybody the real me. I think I will be under a high magnifying glass and everybody's watching what I'm going to do. I think that's a great thing. It's a great opportunity because people will get a chance to see exactly who I am as a person."

(On if he has stayed in touch with Butch Davis and if he is aware of his background as Browns Head Coach) – "Yes, I'm very aware. I received a text message from Coach Davis and his wife and his son. I'm very close with Coach Davis. I know him coming from the Cleveland Browns and I respect Coach Davis so much as a coach and as a man. I think I was really fortunate to be coached by him."

(On if he knows Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi) – "He hosted me at Georgia when I was down there on an unofficial visit. He's someone I kept in contact with a little bit during the recruiting process. He's a really great guy and I admire him as a player as well because I got to see him play in high school and some in college as well and watching him in the NFL. I admire him and (Brian) Robiskie and (Josh) Cribbs, all of those guys. I think I'm really a part of a great wide receiver group who are great guys."

(On his basketball career at North Carolina) – "It was a very brief career. I spent some time just learning from Coach (Roy) Williams and every single player from that team. Ty Lawson and Wayne Ellington, Danny Green, all those guys. Everybody that was on that team I learned so much from them and I think I kind of tried to bring their tradition to the football team and just having so much to do with them having a winning program. I think I was able to display my athleticism as well."

(On his tweet about what makes him so excited to be a Brown) – "It was so many people via Twitter pulling for me to come to the Browns and it's just really exciting to kind of fulfill that. Being able to become a part of the Cleveland Brown nation, I'm just really excited to be a part of them."

(On when he will be in Cleveland and where he is now) – "Right now I don't know, (it's) depending on what new issues have risen from the new CBA and what's going on with the lockout right now. I'm in my hometown, Durham, North Carolina. I'm ready to get ready to come up there with Colt (McCoy) and get ready to play."



04/29
9:14 PM

Round Two Wrap Up: Browns take a pass rusher and wide out in round two. http://bit.ly/iIheVM


04/29
9:14 PM

Round Two Wrap Up: Browns take a pass rusher and wide out in round two. http://bit.ly/iIheVM


04/29
9:14 PM

Browns Hope Little is Big: Cleveland addresses wide receiver need with the 6-2, 219 Little. http://bit.ly/mGTdLJ

Jabaal Sheard Conference Call Transcript
Don Delco on April 29th, 2011 AT 7:52 PM

Browns defensive lineman Jabaal Sheard Conference Call 4-29-11

(On how he would describe himself as a player)- "I think I'm an aggressive player. I know you guys are familiar with (James) Harrison. I was next door to the Steelers so I watched them play a lot. I think I'm aggressive. I know how to get to the quarterback. I'm a hard worker and I'm going to get the job done."

(On if he had any idea the Browns would draft him)- "No, I had no idea. Honestly, I kind of didn't talk to them since I think the combine. I think they came to my pro day. I had no idea it was going to happen. I heard rumors about it today that it was possible. A lot of guys had me getting drafted at 36 or 37. It just so happened that it happened. It's is right up the street from Pittsburgh where I just went to college at so I think it's great. It's awesome."

(On if the Browns had him in for a visit)- "Nope. I didn't take a visit."

(On his suspension prior to his senior season and then being voted captain at Pittsburgh)- "It was just an incident where I made a mistake and I learned a lot from that lesson. It was going into my senior year and I had a lot on the line and I learned a lot from that. I think it got me matured enough, prepared me for the NFL because there's going to be a lot more incidents where I'll be in a case like that and I've got to react differently. I think I learned a lot from that. Going into my senior year, I knew I had to make it up to my teammates. I was a senior and my team needed some leadership so I just stepped up and played as hard as I could and tried to prevent my other teammates from getting in trouble. Just doing whatever it took to get done for us to win and that was probably it. I stayed after hours and invited the younger guys to stay with me and catch film or work off the field. I just was always trying to do something to improve our team and I think that's why my teammates voted me team captain."

(On his elbow injury)- "My elbow was an injury I had since high school. I played with it all through college and it bothered me a little bit at the end of my senior year of college ball. It was just something I had to get surgery on because I talked to a couple doctors and they said that it would get red-flagged at the combine. I got that taken care of just for the simple reason of them. It's ready to go now. I'm strengthening it, working on getting my strength back and I'm ready to go.”

(On what side of the line he played on at Pitt)- "It was mostly the left side of the defensive line. I played across from Greg Romeus. I faced a lot of tight ends and double teams, but I got on the right side a little bit to switch it up and I'm looking this year to play both sides if I can."

(On his bravery medal for helping an elderly woman escape from a burning home)- "I grew up in a pretty rough neighborhood. It was a house that was like smoking and the fire alarm was going off. Nobody reacted, everybody just watched it. I was probably about 11 at the time so me and a couple of my friends were riding bikes around the neighborhood and we happened to see that the house was smoking and the fire alarm going off. We ran over and tried to break in and then we ran to call the police and came back and started breaking in. Just as we were breaking in, the fire truck arrived, so they came and got us out of the way and got in there. It just happened there was an elderly women that had slipped and was unconscious and it just so happened that we did it just in time because it could have been worse than what it was."

(On comparing his style to James Harrison's)- "Just as far as aggressiveness, his motor."

(On his mentality on the field)- "I'm always thinking of getting to the quarterback or whoever has got the ball in their hands. I'm aggressive. I want to be the hardest hit. I want to make that hit where the crowd goes ‘Oooh' and then everybody just screams. I want to be the talk of the game so I like to watch him play. He's very aggressive. He gets off the ball fast. I think guys fear him. Guys really don't want to go up against him and that's the guy I want to be. That's the guy I like to play like when I go up against every week. When I talk to guys that I played in the past, I want them to be like, ‘Man, you we're something else. I never want to play against you again.' That's the kind of feedback I want to get from my game."

(On if he has ever met Harrison)- "I ran into him a couple times, him walking outside of the Southside."

(On if the Notre Dame game last year was a turning point for him)- "Last year, I don't know, I played hard all year. I guess it kind of helped me out a little bit, but I mean I think I played hard against every team, maybe this brought me attention, and guys noticed me more but I think I've been playing hard since I've been playing so I always prided myself on playing hard, aggressive, getting to the ball and making plays."

(On expecting to be drafted this high)- "I'm from a praying family so I was always praying for the best, I know it's probably not possible, praying for the first pick overall, but it always my dream to just be a pick in the draft. I was praying for anything that was possible. I was always preparing for the worst. I was prepared for it either it happening in the sixth round or I can be a free agent, I just take it as I've got to improve my game. All the ends that go before me, that just means that they are probably that much better than me or they see something else in me and that's what I need to improve my game and become better than those other guys that are in the NFL."

(On being a speed rusher or power rusher)- "I think speed sets it up, so the guys that are intimidate them by your speed off the edge it kind of gets them kicking and ask for help or have them nervous even before the snap and maybe get a couple false starts cause they're nervous about getting off the ball. I think that sets it up, I then I can switch it up, I think I'm pretty powerful. I've got a couple of bull rushes in my film and I like to take on the run. I could switch it up and come with the speed and power and I mean knock a guy that's what 300-some pounds on his back, I think I've got both elements of the game. I just need to work to improve them."

(On knowing Browns defensive lineman Phil Taylor)- "I got to meet him at the combine. That a cool guy"

(On the Browns taking two defensive linemen first)- "I think that's great. I would love for him to be in the middle. I know they are going to have to double team him, give me a little freedom on the edge, I think we're going to be a great package."

(On sacking Ben Roethlisberger)- "You know what I am. I've seen him, he's a pretty big dude. I'm looking forward to playing them. I've been around that team, that organization for so long and I got to meet (Mike) Tomlin. I visit the Steelers and he told me whether I'm with him or not playing with them he's going to come over and say hi and remember me and we're going to have a talk. I'm going to make sure he comes over and says hi after the game."

(On if playing for Dave Wannstedt prepared him for NFL)- "Definitely I think he got me prepared for the NFL, everything a man takes on in life, I think he got me ready for life period. As far as going against a pro-style offense, pro-style defense and I think he got me prepared for the hours that it takes to put in and how focused you have to be."

(On if he was worried the suspension would ruin his career)- "Oh definitely there was a point when I was suspended from the team indefinitely and I think that's what made hungry a lot more during the season. I was nervous, I didn't know what was going to happen, I had let down my team as well as my family and my school. I was definitely nervous. That I get that second chance, I think that really helped me a lot this year. I stepped up my game and proved to everybody that I'm not what they had me as in the paper."

(On if he had to convince teams that he wasn't a character concern)- "No, I never had any problem prior to that incident. I had coach Wannstedt who was a guy who has been around the league and he wouldn't lie. That's the first trouble I've ever been in and a lot of people say once you get to meet me you can tell that's not the guy I am. That's not the guy I am, on the field maybe I kind of get a little hot and it's a game it's football, it's competition, but off the field I'm not like that I'm a cool laid back dude and I'm not looking for trouble and that's not what I look for."

(On what happened during the incident that led to his suspension)- "I was just on a date with my girl and we had just left the bar and I kind of ran into a younger teammate getting into a scuffle. I just tried to get in between them and break it up and in doing so, it broke apart. I guess the guy felt some type of weight or he kind of just hit me or took a shot at me, hit me in the back of the head as I was walking away. I just went and defended myself and fought back. The thing about the window, we kind of were both fighting and tussling and we went through the window. I mean he was a pretty big guy so I couldn't pick him up myself, but the way the papers wrote it, I threw him in through him the window."

(On clarification that it was a tussle where they both went through the window)- "Yes."



04/29
7:16 PM

Browns nab their WR from UNC, Greg Little, 6-2 1/2, 231 lbs.


04/29
7:16 PM

Browns nab their WR from UNC, Greg Little, 6-2 1/2, 231 lbs.


04/29
7:15 PM

Obtained from the trade with the Falcons (59th overall) was WR Greg Little from North Carolina.


04/29
7:15 PM

OBR has heard Browns are attempting to gain another 2nd round pick.

Taylor Press Conference Transcript
Don Delco on April 29th, 2011 AT 7:05 PM

Browns defensive lineman Phil Taylor press conference 4-29-11

(On how stressful the draft process was)- "It's kind of tough. It's a four month process, but it seemed to be about two years. I am glad to be done with it and ready to get in here and work."

(On the negatives that come out about a player during draft process)- "I take it how it is. I know the true story behind things. The foot thing was just rumors. I am just glad to be here."

(On the foot rumors hurting his draft position)- "I don't think it did because as soon as it came out my agent got right on top of it and squashed it."

(On what he has learned about the Browns since being drafted)- "Just knowing that it is an up and coming team and I look forward to being out there. It's a young defense and I look forward to being out there and making plays with the young guys. I just want to get out there as soon as we can."

(On if he watched any Browns games last year)- "No, we didn't get to watch a lot of the games because on Sundays we are watching film and stuff like that."

(On what he knows about Ahtyba Rubin)- "I've heard some things about him from the fans. They say we will be a good tandem in the middle."

(On the rivalry with the Steelers facing Ben Roethlisberger)- "I know how much the Cleveland fans hate Pittsburgh and I look forward to the matchup. He is a great quarterback, but when I am going to play against him, he is going to go down."

(On what he learned from experience at Penn State)- "It was just a learning experience. Everybody makes mistakes. I was young and I just moved on from it. I'm just glad I'm blessed to be in this situation right now."

(On if he would be in the same situation right now if he had stayed at Penn State)- "I don't know. I just think Baylor was the best move for me and I am glad I made that move."

(On why he transferred to Baylor)- "Coach (Brian) Norwood. He was at Penn State while I was there and he recruited me coming out of high school. He went down to Baylor to be a defensive coordinator and I came down there when he went down there."

(On if coach Norwood attending draft with him)- "Yes, he was in the green room with me."

(On if he had a total transformation of character while in college and if he was going down the wrong road)- "It wasn't that. I wasn't going down the wrong road. I just made a mistake as a young guy there and I learned from it. You can only get better from learning from things you do in the past, so I learned from that and I just moved on and it made me better today."

(On his first impressions of Pat Shurmur and he wants from him)- "To be a great athlete and get out there and do what I've got to do. He is a great coach and I look forward to being coached by him."

(On what his motivation was to lose weight)- "Not just for football. I know I needed to lose weight to play better on the field, but health wise down the line. A lot of people deal with weight issues in their young age and in their 40's and I didn't want to be that way."

(On how much weight he lost)- "Since I have been down at Baylor I have lost about 50 pounds."

(On if it is tough to keep the weight off)- "In the beginning it's tough, but once the weight starts to come off and you get into the right routine and being more disciplined, it's easy."

(On what the right weight is for him to play at)- "Between 330-335."

(On how he lost his weight)- "Just eating the right things, not eating too much, not eating late at night and instead of eating out a lot, making a nice healthy meal at home."

(On if his weight loss was the biggest reason for his increased performance from his junior to senior year at Baylor)- "Yes, sir."

(On what the toughest item was to give up in his diet)- "It wasn't mostly the bad foods, just eating late at night, that's probably what it was."

(On what kind of player he wants to be in Cleveland)- "A great player all-around. A run-stopping defensive tackle and also a pass rusher as well."

(On if he was allowed to rush the passer much at Baylor)- "I did both. We ran the 4-3 scheme just like here."

(On what happened in the Texas Bowl)- "It was our first bowl game in what, 15 years. We worked hard in practice and things just didn't go our way in the bowl game."

(On who he would like to see the Browns select in the second round)- "I would like a nice defensive end next to me."

(On if he knows Da'Quan Bowers)- "Yes, I know Bowers."

(O why he thinks Bowers has dropped)- "I think it's just the media. You know I talked to him. We had a little talk. I mean he checks out fine to me."

(On if he grew up in a tough neighborhood in Washington D.C.)- "No, not really. I was only in D.C. for a short period of time and I moved out to Maryland actually to play football. I started playing football in ninth grade at Gwynn Park High School. One of the other Browns here, Joe Haden, we played at rival high schools."

(On if he read the pre-draft scouting reports on him)- "I try and stay away from that stuff. It's just media. I love to practice because when you practice hard, you do good in the games."

(On sitting out a year due to NCAA transfer rules)- "It was tough because I played four years of high school, then I played my freshman and sophomore years at Penn State. Then sitting out for a year and not playing football, just watching. I got to practice, but just watching the guys play in the games, it was tough knowing that I can't go in there. It humbled me a lot and made me work even harder and it got me better."

(On what in his skill set allows him to rush passer)- "I'm a good run stopper but I'm a good pass rusher as well so given the opportunity out there on the passing downs, I can get to the quarterback as well."

(On the rivalry in high school with Haden)- "He went to Friendly High School and I went to Gwynn Park and I never lost to Friendly High School."

(On if he knows Haden personally)- "Yes, I know Joe on a personal basis."

(On if he has talked to Haden and if he is excited to have him here)- "Yes, we talked. We're real excited. I'm ready to get to work and he's ready to get to work as well."

(On what motivates him)- "Winning. I want to win and get to the Super Bowl."

(On the lockout situation)- "As players, we don't like it. We're just going to have to take it how it is. If they continue with the lockout, I'm going to just go continue to work out where I was working out at. Then if they lift it, we'll get in here and learn the playbook and things like that."

(On if he has a playbook)- "No, not yet."

(On who his agent is)- "Peter Schafer."

(On if he knows Jordan Norwood)- "Jordan, we know each other real well too, because when I was at Penn State, we knew each other."

(On his relationship with the Norwoods)- "Oh coach Norwood, he's just like my father figure away from home and when I needed to talk to him about something I would go to him."

(On if Norwood was the number one reason he went to Baylor)- "Yeas, coach Norwood, he was at Baylor. He came down from Penn State. Also my defensive line coach down there Chris Achuff. He was a GA (graduate assistant) at Penn State before."

(On Baylor's treatment of players)- "The treated you like adults, but it was up to you to do what you had to do."

(On if he needs to improve a specific part of his game)- "It's the pro's, anything you thought was good in college, you've got to get better at the pro level. I'm open to all coaching."

(On playing the one and three techniques)- "I did it my entire career playing the one and the three technique. Mostly one technique this year, but I played alot of three technique as well."

(On if they had a lot of pass rushing opportunities)- "We had a lot of pass rushing opportunities."

(On if he came out on third downs)- "No, I was in a lot on third down. Sometimes we would bring in an extra defensive back and then we would rotate the defensive line in some type of way."

(On his pre-draft conversation with Browns)- "When I came here on my visit it felt like home, so in my mind I wanted to be a Brown. When they called it was like a dream come true."

(On his size and stamina)- "You have to be in good condition and that's what helped me out a lot. I was doing a lot of other stuff other than practice, doing cardio everyday and running after practice."

(On knowing Casey Hampton and Vince Wilfork)- "No I don't know them, I just watch film a lot on them, just to learn different things."

(On his intensity and passion)- "I love to win and I hate to lose. I'm going to come in here ready to work and to do what I have to do to play."



04/29
5:28 PM

Browns ready for pick. HOF Paul Warfield announced it was DE Jabaal Sheard from Pitt.


04/29
5:28 PM

Browns ready for pick. HOF Paul Warfield announced it was DE Jabaal Sheard from Pitt.


04/29
4:01 PM

LIVE 2011 NFL Draft Blog: Rounds 2-3: NFL analyst John Crist, director of scouting Scott Kennedy and an array of… http://bit.ly/jXb7GP


04/29
10:09 AM

Round 1 Review: Hits and Misses: Maybe it was the fact that we haven’t had anything football-related to celebrat… http://bit.ly/mGbWfO


04/28
10:51 PM

Browns Trade Up to Take Taylor: Browns address defensive line with first pick in 2011 NFL Draft. http://bit.ly/mT9wTh


04/28
10:51 PM

Browns Trade Up to Take Taylor: Browns address defensive line with first pick in 2011 NFL Draft. http://bit.ly/mT9wTh


04/28
10:51 PM

Browns Trade Up to Take Taylor: Browns address defensive line with first pick in 2011 NFL Draft. http://bit.ly/mT9wTh


04/28
10:41 PM

(Subscriber) Sobo Scouts Phil Taylor: SOBO, The OBR’s draft analyst, dives into his notebook for his notes on Taylor. http://bit.ly/jPplaJ


04/28
10:41 PM

(Subscriber) Sobo Scouts Phil Taylor: SOBO, The OBR’s draft analyst, dives into his notebook for his notes on Taylor. http://bit.ly/jPplaJ


04/28
9:35 PM

@DaGooch228 With KC. Browns move up to No. 21, KC gets No. 27 and Browns’ third round pick, No. 70.


04/28
9:35 PM

@DaGooch228 With KC. Browns move up to No. 21, KC gets No. 27 and Browns’ third round pick, No. 70.


04/28
9:35 PM

@DaGooch228 With KC. Browns move up to No. 21, KC gets No. 27 and Browns’ third round pick, No. 70.


04/28
9:35 PM

@DaGooch228 With KC. Browns move up to No. 21, KC gets No. 27 and Browns’ third round pick, No. 70.


04/28
9:35 PM

@DaGooch228 With KC. Browns move up to No. 21, KC gets No. 27 and Browns’ third round pick, No. 70.


04/28
9:22 PM

RT @drewmagary: Hillis dressed like 8 Johnny Cashes.


04/28
9:18 PM

Browns trade 27th pick and third round pick (no. 70) to KC to move up to No. 21 and take Baylor DT Phil Taylor.


04/28
9:17 PM

Browns move up in first round to pick No. 21.


04/28
8:03 PM

Wheeling and Dealing: Browns swap first-round picks with Falcons. Atlanta takes Alabama wide receiver Julio Jone… http://bit.ly/iBvpCC


04/28
8:03 PM

Wheeling and Dealing: Browns swap first-round picks with Falcons. Atlanta takes Alabama wide receiver Julio Jone… http://bit.ly/iBvpCC


04/28
8:03 PM

Wheeling and Dealing: Browns swap first-round picks with Falcons. Atlanta takes Alabama wide receiver Julio Jone… http://bit.ly/iBvpCC


04/28
8:03 PM

Wheeling and Dealing: Browns swap first-round picks with Falcons. Atlanta takes Alabama wide receiver Julio Jone… http://bit.ly/iBvpCC


04/28
7:47 PM

@CoraxSays Agreed. I would have liked Peterson, but hard to pass up all those draft picks Atl. offered up.


04/28
7:47 PM

@CoraxSays Agreed. I would have liked Peterson, but hard to pass up all those draft picks Atl. offered up.


04/28
7:47 PM

@CoraxSays Agreed. I would have liked Peterson, but hard to pass up all those draft picks Atl. offered up.


04/28
7:47 PM

@CoraxSays Agreed. I would have liked Peterson, but hard to pass up all those draft picks Atl. offered up.


04/28
7:47 PM

@CoraxSays Agreed. I would have liked Peterson, but hard to pass up all those draft picks Atl. offered up.


04/28
7:47 PM

@CoraxSays Agreed. I would have liked Peterson, but hard to pass up all those draft picks Atl. offered up.


04/28
7:47 PM

@CoraxSays Agreed. I would have liked Peterson, but hard to pass up all those draft picks Atl. offered up.


04/28
7:46 PM

@DaGooch228 Falcons gave the Browns a second round pick (No. 59) and a fourth round pick (No. 124) this year


04/28
7:38 PM

Browns have a truck load of draft picks including another first rounder in ’12!


04/28
7:33 PM

Trade is in…


04/28
7:33 PM

Trade is in…


04/28
7:33 PM

Trade is in…


04/28
7:33 PM

Trade is in…


04/28
6:35 PM

There is a very strong possibility that the Browns will dealing the No. 6 selection.


04/28
6:35 PM

There is a very strong possibility that the Browns will dealing the No. 6 selection.


04/28
6:35 PM

The Browns have talked to no less than four teams.


04/28
6:35 PM

The Browns have talked to no less than four teams.


04/28
6:35 PM

The OBR is hearing the Browns see such depth in the 1st rnd that dealing down, gaining another first is becoming a scenario they like.


04/28
6:35 PM

The OBR is hearing the Browns see such depth in the 1st rnd that dealing down, gaining another first is becoming a scenario they like.


04/28
6:21 PM

LIVE 2011 NFL Draft Blog: Round 1: NFL analyst John Crist, director of scouting Scott Kennedy and an array of ot… http://bit.ly/lJTE4f


04/28
5:41 PM

(Subscriber) Meat and Potatoes: OBR’s Lane Adkins tells us how he sees tonight’s draft playing out. http://bit.ly/lkxf7J


04/28
5:18 PM

Don’t forget to chat with our draft analyst, Brent Sobleski, tonight beginning at 8 p.m. at TheOBR.com.


04/28
9:55 AM

First-Round Chat with Sobo: Join The OBR’s draft analyst for a chat during tonight’s NFL Draft http://bit.ly/iBiEP0


04/28
9:50 AM

(Subscriber) Sobo’s Final Uncanny Mock: What player is coming to Cleveland in The OBR’s draft analyst’s final mo… http://bit.ly/jkEJDK

Draft Chat with SOBO tonight
Don Delco on April 28th, 2011 AT 8:27 AM

Those looking for some discussion during tonight’s draft, The OBR’s draft analyst, Brent Sobleski, will be holding a chat in The TAP Room forum beginning at 8 p.m. In addition, Sobo is going to do a running mock through the first 10 picks or so.



04/28
12:18 AM

(Subscriber) WWBT; 22 Hours and Counting: The season may be starting, then again it may not. Either way, the 201… http://bit.ly/iMWAhd


04/27
4:19 PM

Peyton Hillis wins out over Michael Vick to be on the cover of the MAdden NFL 2012 .


04/27
12:47 PM

The Mirage: Once again, Brian Tarcy provides an insightful look at what has been and what will again be the Clev… http://bit.ly/kmW8NP


04/27
12:47 PM

The Mirage: Once again, Brian Tarcy provides an insightful look at what has been and what will again be the Clev… http://bit.ly/kmW8NP

Latest Links from the OBR Newswire
OBR Newswire on April 27th, 2011 AT 8:00 AM

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04/27
7:38 AM

(Subscriber) Draft Chat: Pre-Draft Edition: The OBR’s Brent Sobleski and Dave Kolonich discuss what lies ahead t… http://bit.ly/hwHKlr


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