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NFL News and Rumors: Jimmy Garoppolo to Cleveland Browns?

Cleveland is one such team as the Browns franchise has struggled for years. Not only does this team need to start winning football games, but they must find that one star player that can guide them out of the doldrums and bring some excitement back to the city.

Rumors before this past April’s draft from ESPN had the front office making inquiries about a quarterback, in particular Jimmy Garoppolo from New England, but the two sides never came together. Instead, Cleveland used a second round pick to select Notre Dame signal caller DeShone Kizer, but the fact he couldn’t lead the Fighting Irish to a bowl appearance this past season has many experts wondering if he can excel at the professional level.

The Browns did a solid job this off season and have the resources to make a big push for a more experienced option at quarterback, leading Brent Sobloski of Bleacher Report to suggest a deal with New England is still possible.

With Tom Brady’s announcement that he wishes to play another five years, it makes sense for the Pats’ to get something in return for a player that won’t likely see any significant playing time in the near future and with the Browns desperate to find help, a deal could happen before training camp begins later this summer.

These two franchises are polar opposites when it comes to winning and the way they go about acquiring talent, but for the Browns, this move could be the one that gets this team back on the map in the NFL and finally gets the famed ‘Dog Pound’ barking again.

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