Browns, Bills May Get Jimmy Clausen, Colt McCoy

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Don Shapiro
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An ESPN source has revealed that both the Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills have contacted the St. Louis Rams about getting their No. 33 pick in the 2010 NFL Draft Round 2.

No. 33 may not sound so exciting but it's the first pick of Day 2 where both Jimmy Clausen and Colt McCoy remain up for grabs.  St. Louis has the first pick of the day.

The Rams had the No. 1 pick Thursday and used it to select quarterback Sam Bradford of Oklahoma.

Both the Browns and Bills are in desperate need of a quarterback.

The Bills have Brian Brohm, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Trent Edwards on their depth chart at quarterback following a 6-10 season.


The Browns, meanwhile, signed Jake Delhomme, the favorite to win the starting job, in the offseason after Cleveland parted ways with Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn.

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