NFL Draft: Finally, He's Off The Board

By Adam Caparell - April 28, 2007

NEW YORK - Cleveland pulled the move many were speculating they would, trading up to get the Cowboys selection at No. 22 and with that they finally put to rest on ongoing saga that was Brady Quinn's 2007 NFL Draft.

With a little finger pointed to the sky, Quinn finally arrived on stage, witha look of relief and grattude as he shook hands with Roger Goodell and sported the Browns hat and jersey for a million cameras. The crowd at Radio City Music Hall also showed the Notre Dame QB some love. There was a huge applause when the announcement came down and a ton of flashbulds went off. Needless to say there were a of hugs on stage.

With the pick of Quinn, the Browns had themselves quite a first round, picking up LT Joe Thomas who can protect Quinn for the next several years.

Posted by Adam Caparell at 03:55 PM on April 28, 2007
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I know it's difficult to do a live blog, but you've got a ton of errors in your text.

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