The morning after

The Browns got their top-rated player in Braylon Edwards, a promising defensive back in Brodney Pool and their apparent quarterback of the future in Charlie Frye. Terry Pluto from the Beacon Journal says years from now, Browns fans may be able to point to this draft as the day the team pulled itself out of a six-year funk.

Tony Grossi from the Plain Dealer says the Browns caught a star in Braylon Edwards and GM Phil Savage stuck to his gameplan throughout the draft.

The PD’s Bud Shaw says Savage passed on trading down in order to grab a top-talent like Edwards with the third pick.

The ABJ’s Scott Fagerstrom says getting the playmaking Edwards at #3, where he also was the best available player, was definitely the right choice.

Patrick McManamon from the Beacon Journal says getting selected by the Browns was a dream come true for second-round pick Brodney Pool.

For third-round pick Charlie Frye, there’s no place like home, reports the Plain Dealer’s Joe Maxse.

The ABJ’s Marla Ridenour reports that Frye became the highest-drafted player in Akron history when the Browns selected him in the third round with the 67th overall choice.

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