The Browns get their quarterback and help the secondary: NFL Mock Draft

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In one sense, I can't blame Rosen if he truly doesn't want to play for the Browns, especially if Hue Jackson remains the coach in 2018. As a redshirt sophomore, Darnold could opt to return to USC for either one or two more seasons, knowingly avoiding the Browns in the process.

UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen, a projected No. 1 pick in the 2018 National Football League draft, isn't so keen on being a top pick if it means he's playing for the "wrong team". "It's been a dream of mine for such a long time to play in the NFL". And unlike Rosen, he said on Tuesday he'd rather "rather be a lower pick at the right team than a higher at the wrong team", Darnold insisted he'd welcome the opportunity to play for whatever team picks him - whenever it is he opts to declare for the draft.

On Sunday, Adam Schefter sent out a tweet saying that the Cleveland Browns were giving Josh Rosen pause at the top of the draft.

They can draft Rosen and basically dare him to sit out for a year or make the best of things.

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The Giants (2-13) are likely to hold the No. 2 pick in the draft and will be in the market for Eli Manning's replacement. With the first pick next April, the Browns have to pick a quarterback, and they need to make sure they get it right. Second-round pick DeShone Kizer has been miserable this season, and it is certain he is not the answer moving forward.

According to ESPN, Darnold was asked how he would look in a Browns uniform, and replied that he would be "honored to play for any team".

Combining Rosen's questionable personality and the NY market (on and off the field) could be futile in the eyes of some, but the Giants organization will be the final judge of that, assuming Cleveland passes on him.

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