Former Cleveland Browns general manager Phil Savage reminds me of myself when I first left the NFL. He has handled the frustration of being out of the league by attending the East-West Shrine Game, the Senior Bowl, the Super Bowl and loading up his house with college tapes to stay on top of personnel issues.
There’s no doubt that Savage could help a team that has struggled with the draft. Even if Savage did it from home. He would be a tremendous asset.
Savage and I had a chance to discuss Browns QB Derek Anderson, and with the draft class setting up like it is at quarterback, he could be an interesting option over most rookies if a team can acquire him in a trade.