The Cleveland Browns had two picks in the opening round and will get two more in Day 2 of the 2012 NFL draft. They made two offense oriented moves in the first round, and WalterFootball's new re-draft adjusted to the first round's moves has them continuing that theme in the draft's second round.
In Round 2 the Browns pick up Georgia G/OT Cordy Glenn. Glenn fell out of the first round surprisingly along with a couple of other guys who have been projected as possible NFL left tackles. The offensive line is a need for the Browns and Glenn was projected as first round talent.
I get the feeling that some of the teams at the bottom of the first round didn't realize that Cordy Glenn was still on the board. The Browns have shown interest in him, so maybe they know he's still available.
As discussed many times this offseason, the Browns need a third linebacker. Lavonte David is too good to pass up.
This would leave the Browns with only wide receiver left in their offensive needs list.
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