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Cleveland Browns NFL draft selections and order


The Cleveland Browns have a chance to provide a major upgrade to two positions early on the first night of the 2018 NFL Draft. 

They pick No. 1 overall as a reward for having the worst record in the league last season then will pick again at No. 4 thanks to having given Houston the chance to draft Deshaun Watson last year

The latter decision is among those that have the team still on the lookout for a franchise quarterback, and many expect them to use the No. 1 pick on a signal-caller this time around despite red flags on the contenders for that honor

RELATED: The Great 2018 Draft QB Conundrum and the Cleveland Browns

After picking twice in the first round the Browns will have three picks in the second, so expect them to dominate the news cycle the first two days. 

Browns picks

1- 1- 1 Cleveland

1- 4- 4 Cleveland from Houston

2- 1-33 Cleveland

2- 3-35 Cleveland from Houston 

2-32-64 Cleveland from Philadelphia

3- 1-65 Cleveland

4- 1-101 Cleveland

4-23-123 Cleveland from Carolina

5- 1-138 Cleveland

5-22-159 Cleveland from Kansas City

6- 1-175 Cleveland

7- 1-219 Cleveland


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