Browns a winner, but Quinn loses out

The Browns got two franchise building blocks, making them big winners on the first day of the draft, writes John Clayton.

Originally Published: April 28, 2007
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

NEW YORK -- In a strange first round in which Brady Quinn fell to the 22nd pick and safeties were the rage, the NFL concluded its first day of drafting with some strange scenarios.

There were surprises, Ted Ginn Jr., going to Miami instead of Quinn being the biggest. We have to go back in history to give the Dolphins immunity from being immediately posted in the loser column. As the story goes, Ginn was the receiver the Dolphins were considering since last fall. They loved his ...

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