The 2012 NFL Draft is just around one month away, and the Cleveland Browns currently possess the No. 4 overall pick. While there remains the possibility that they could trade that pick and move down in order to stockpile more picks later in this year’s draft as well as next year, it appears as if the Browns would be wise to hold onto this selection. But which route should Cleveland go with the fourth pick?
The Browns had the best shot at moving up to the No. 2 spot that was held by the St. Louis Rams before they traded their selection to the Washington Redskins a few weeks ago, but failed to offer as much. The Redskins will now most likely select Robert Griffin III, provided the Indianapolis Colts take Andrew Luck with the No. 1 overall pick.
The Minnesota Vikings are still a bit of a wild card at No. 3, but the smart decision for them would be to choose Matt Kalil to bolster its’ offensive line. Then again, this is the Vikes, so anything is possible.