The Browns made one of the most questionable moves in the first round, drafting Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden with the 22nd overall pick.
Weeden will likely be the Browns' starting quarterback in 2012. The Browns wouldn't take a 28-year-old quarterback to come in and back up Colt McCoy for a season.
Weeden returned to Oklahoma State after an unsuccessful stint in minor league baseball. He has one of the strongest arms of any quarterback in the draft and was the most NFL-ready quarterback outside of Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III.
But Weeden's age and decision-making when pressured are cause for concern. It is a major reach to take Weeden in the first round.
I will file more on this after Browns officials talk about taking Weeden.