Anyone who watched the 1-15 Cleveland Browns in 2016 could easily argue they should spend one of their first-round picks in the 2017 NFL draft on a potential franchise quarterback. But with no clear-cut leader at the top of this year’s class, and having invested a third-round pick in Cody Kessler last year, could the Dawg Pound end up welcoming a pair of top-shelf defenders instead? That’s the case in Bleacher Report’s latest 2017 NFL mock draft, which has Cleveland going defense with both of their top-10 selections. At the No. 1 overall pick in this mock, the Browns take Texas A&M edge defender Myles Garrett, widely considered the top prospect in the entire draft. At the 12th pick, Cleveland
Kevin Garnett and Randy Moss crossed paths as pros in Minnesota, but they first met as preps in Indianapolis. On Garnett’s Area 21 segment for “Inside the NBA,” Moss discussed his West Virginia glory days, which featured Jason “White Chocolate” Williams as his high school point guard.
After being rebuffed by the Jaguars for their offensive coordinator job this week, Chip Kelly decided to get over it by scheduling a meeting with an old friend. According to ESPN.com, Kelly was headed to New England to meet with Patriots coach Bill Belichick. Although it's unclear if Belichick will offer Kelly a job, it wouldn't be completely shocking if that happened. For one, Kelly has made it clear that he's not looking for any type of college coaching job and that he wants to remain in the NFL. After being fired by the 49ers, Kelly told Fox Sports that he would be willing to take an offensive coordinator job if that's what it was going to take to remain in the NFL. With most of the jobs filling