New Rams coach, Jeff Fisher, told the media that several teams asked about trading for Sam Bradford. One of those teams might have been the Cleveland Browns. 

ESPN Cleveland found out they actually were among the teams interested in the former No. 1 overall pick in 2010. Instead, they ended up trying to trade for the team's No. 2 pick instead to go after Robert Griffin III, which they failed at as the Redskins ended up with the pick. 

“Clubs inquired,” Fisher said. “But there was no consideration whatsoever on our part [to trade Bradford].”

With that, the Browns don't seem too confident in Colt McCoy as their starting quarterback next year. But with no option at this point, they must continue to develop him now. 

What do Browns fans think of this?

Written by Josh Dhani, Founder 

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