Keys to Success: The Cleveland Browns 2009 NFL Draft


Published: April 11, 2009


... some areas of the team, and needing depth in other areas. The biggest area of need is arguably at the outside linebacker position, while fullback probably will not be addressed in this draft.

The Browns drafted Kamerion Wimbley 13th overall in the 2006 draft, and he is looking more and more overrated. I would hesitate to call him a bust just yet since he is productive still, but he could be more productive than he has been.

Opposite him has been a revolving door the past several seasons, which has not helped Wimbley's productivity. First, Willie McGinest tried to play opposite him, but that did not work.

Then former Coach Romeo Crennel tried Antwan Peek. Peek was signed because he had played for former defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, when Grantham was the linebackers coach in Houston.

Peek did not work either, mainly due to the fact Peek could not stay healthy (remind you of ...

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