The Cleveland Browns were one of two teams that did not attend Johnny Manziel's pro day at Texas A&M. The Chicago Bears were the other.
Even though the Browns have a gaping hole at quarterback, they didn't bother to show up. What does it mean?
The NFL draft board has changed drastically in the last couple of months. Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles used to be in everyone's top five. Now they are being passed by guys like Khalil Mack (Buffalo linebacker) and Sammy Watkins (Clemson wide receiver).
This means the Browns could take a quarterback with their later first round pick, or even in the next few rounds. That means Cleveland will probably not get one of the top three quarterbacks.
That's not necessarily a bad thing. If an Andrew Luck talent isn't available to be thrust immediately into a starting role, it's best not to reach too far. If the Browns can get a quarterback they like (Derek Carr of Fresno State, for example), he could learn on the bench for a year and start next year.
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