Kosar_For_President Posted April 15, 2010 Report Share Posted April 15, 2010 BEREA, Ohio (AP)—Cleveland Browns general manager Tom Heckert says the team has had talks with the St. Louis Rams about moving up in the NFL draft to take quarterback Sam Bradford with the No. 1 overall pick. Heckert on Thursday said the Browns, who have the No. 7 pick, have been “‘playing a little phone tag” but said they have talked with the Rams, who are expected to select the Oklahoma quarterback. Browns president Mike Holmgren warned that dealing for Bradford could be difficult, saying “you’d have to mortgage the ranch. In the real world, we’re probably going to go in a different direction.” Currently owning 10 picks, Cleveland could put together an attractive package of picks to move up. Bradford did not visit the Browns, but the team attended his pro day workout. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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