The Cleveland Browns made the most noise in the 1st round of the 2012 NFL Draft on Thursday night, moving up to take running back Trent Richardson and then, somewhat surprisingly, selecting a quarterback at No. 22 in Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden. The national headlines the morning after revolve around what the Browns plan to do at quarterback, with Colt McCoy potentially on the trading block. The crew at SB Nation Studios assessed the Browns performance in Round 1, along with the rest of their division rivals in the AFC North. While the Bengals, Ravens, and Steelers all added pieces in the 1st Round, the discussion centers around the division's most active team on Thursday evening.
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