Since president Mike Holmgren and GM Tom Heckert grabbed the reigns of the Cleveland Browns, Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson have been jettisoned, and Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace have been brought in. But the Browns might not be done spinning the QB carousel.
Holmgren told reporters Monday — via Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain-Dealer — that he’ll consider drafting a QB with the team’s No. 7 overall pick and would also consider trading up for one. That would add a fourth QB to the mix that includes Delhomme, Wallace and Brett Ratliff.
Holmgren went on to say he likes former Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford “a lot.”
It might take the Browns moving up to get Bradford or Jimmy Clausen, who NFL.com analyst Pat Kirwan sees as both being selected in the top four picks. Kirwan sees all of the moves the Browns have made as a precursor to taking Eric Berry, a player fellow analyst Bucky Brooks has at No. 5 on his big board.