<![CDATA[The Cleveland Browns need a quarterback, which has been a recurring theme over the past two decades.
This time, they seem dedicated to finding a signal-caller they can build around for years to come, rather than bringing in a "project" that may or may not work out, or a seasoned veteran who can come play for a few years as a placeholder.
It's no secret that the Browns are interested in trading for Jimmy Garoppolo, but the Patriots are reportedly asking for at least a first-round draft pick in return. And, as NESN points out, history is not on Cleveland's side if they were to make this move.
[Click here to read why history shows trading a first-round draft pick for a QB is not a good move.]