While many expect the Browns to use one of those picks on a quarterback, history shows that drafting a quarterback – especially one in the first round – has been an exercise in futility for the Browns.
Since joining the NFL in 1950, the Browns have drafted six quarterbacks in the first round and none of them have worked out.
In Part One of our series on those six quarterbacks, we looked at Harry Agganis, the team’s first-round selection in 1952.
Today we focus on Bobby Garrett, the first Stanford quarterback taken No. 1 overall in the draft.