The Cleveland Browns chose DE Myles Garrett from Texas A&M for the first pick Thursday night in the 2017 NFL Draft.
But, according to NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock, the buyer must beware when it comes to making quarterbacks first-round draft picks. Though Cleveland could use help at quarterback, the Browns could also help their defense by taking Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett, thought by many to be the most talented overall player in the draft. No doubt his incredible defensive skills and pass rushing will be highly valued in Cleveland! He's there with A&M football coaches John Chavis and Terry Price.
Haden praised Garrett earlier this month, saying: "Watching him on tape I just feel like he'll be an immediate impact player and I just feel like he'll be a guy that we could have rushing the passer for years to come". All he wants is maybe his headphones and to know what time practice is, when to go to class, when meetings are and when game time is and where's the food.
The Titans obtained the pick as part of the trade that sent last year's No. 1 overall selection to the Los Angeles Rams. The Browns got a mid-season boost when they traded the New England Patriots for veteran linebacker Jamie Collins.
The Titans got a breakthrough season past year from Rishard Matthews but need another wide receiver after allowing Kendall Wright to sign with Chicago as a free agent.
That's the fewest players with 10-plus sacks in a season for one franchise during that span. Is he a good fit for the Cleveland Browns?