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In Cleveland, hope dies last

Should the Browns take a chance on Isaiah Battle?

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The NFL will hold its supplemental draft on July 9 with seven players eligible to be selected.

Joining West Georgia defensive linemen Darrius Caldwell and Dalvon Stuckey, are Houston defensive end Eric Eiland, UConn tight end Sean McQuillan, Kansas defensive back Kevin Short, North Carolina Central wide receiver/kick returner Adrian Wilkins and the one player that could be of interest to the Browns: Clemson offensive tackle Isaiah Battle.

The Browns are no strangers to the supplemental draft, having been the last team to select a player when they picked wide receiver Josh Gordon in 2012. The best supplemental pick in franchise history, and one of the best in league history, was the selection of quarterback Bernie Kosar in 1985.

So would the Browns go back to the well one more time and take a chance on Battle?

We weigh the pros and cons of Battle in our latest post at Dawg Pound Daily.

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