TWO BITS: Browns want Haden, ’00 team honored

By Adam Silverstein
February 8, 2010

1 » Picking seventh in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns are likely looking to upgrade their secondary with either a safety or cornerback. Assuming Tennessee Volunteers S Eric Berry is off the board, the Browns are expected to target Florida Gators CB Joe Haden with their first-round selection. Seriously lacking defensive backs and a starting quarterback, the Browns could go either way to start the draft, but Haden may be as can’t-miss as it gets at that spot and could even start from day one.

2 » Head basketball coach Billy Donovan mentioned that the University of Florida will be honoring the 2000 NCAA Championship runner-up Gators team with a video and posters during Saturday’s home game against the Xavier Musketeers. “[There are] too many guys still playing/coaching to get them [all] back,” Donovan said. “[I] hope people remember what a special team that was.” The game will air live at 6 p.m. on ESPN.

3 Comments

  1. Gatormabman says:

    Wednesday’s game is an away game at USC

  2. Sure is. I wrote the wrong game. All fixed now. Thanks.

  3. Brady Quinn says:

    Dear OGGOA,

    I am really trying to be a starting quarterback in this and everytime I read a blog like this one that says the Browns don’t have a starting QB, I start to cry and my tears get into my EAS protein drink and I start to throw incompletions and interceptions. Please don’t make fun of me because when Lebron leaves for the Miami Heat this summer I am going to be the most high profile athlete still in Cleveland.

    Yours Truly,

    #10 Brayden Tyler “Brady” Quinn brlg

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