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2014 NFL mock draft published in September 2013

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http://q.usatoday.com/2013/09/24/johnny-football-makes-his-debut-in-the-first-round/

Johnny Manziel, simply put, is a polarizing draft prospect. Some will argue he’s a Top 10 talent. Others believe he’s not worthy of being a first rounder. He could possibly be a franchise quarterback in the right situation. The Browns, with their two first-round draft selections, may be the team with the most interest in Manziel.

1. Jaguars : T. Bridgewater, QB Louisville

2. Giants: J. Clowney, DE South Carolina

3. Steelers: C. Kouandjio, OT Alabama

4. Rams (via WASH): A. Barr, LB UCLA

5. Bucs: B. Hundley, QB UCLA

6. Vikings: M. Mariota, QB Oregon

7. 49ers: S. Watkins, WR Clemson

8. Rams: T. Lewan, OT Michigan

9. Cardinals: J. Matthews, OT Texas A&M

10. Browns: M. Evans, WR Texas A&M

11. Raiders: L. Nix III, DT Notre Dame

12. Bills: M. Lee, WR USC

13. Eagles: I. Ekpre-Olomu, CB Oregon

14. Falcons: K. Mack, LB Buffalo

15. Chargers: B. Roby, CB Ohio State

16. Packers: CJ Mosley, LB Alabama

17. Panthers: A. Richardson, OT Tenn.

18. Texans: Clinton-Dix, S Alabama

19. Titans: D. Easley, DT Florida

20. Jets: C. Lyerla, TE Oregon

21. Ravens: L. Purifoy, CB Florida

22. Bengals: R. Shazier, LB Ohio State

23. Lions: T. Swanson, C Arkansas

24. Browns (via IND): J. Manziel, QB TAMU

25. Cowboys: A. Johnson, DT LSU

26. Dolphins: J. Verrett, CB TCU

27. Bears: D. Thomas, RB Oregon

28. Patriots: R. Hageman, DT Minnesota

29. Saints: L. Seastrunk, RB Baylor

30. Chiefs: A. Seferian-Jenkins, TE Washington

31. Broncos: K. Van Noy, LB BYU

32. Seahawks: S. Tuitt, DE Notre Dame

*Draft order was determined by current record, then point differential.


Related:

http://q.usatoday.com/2013/09/24/278444/ that points to:
http://mmqb.si.com/2013/09/24/cameron-jordan-new-orleans-saints/2

The reason I felt the Browns were playing for 2014 is because they are. Honestly, whether they traded [Trent] Richardson or not, Cleveland is going nowhere this season. … This was simply a move by a regime that didn’t draft Richardson to try to get value for a player it didn’t value highly. However you want to phrase it, the Browns are trying to gather as many pieces as they can — draft and otherwise — for the team to contend in 2014 and beyond. Richardson wasn’t one of those pieces.

- via MMQB.com's Peter King

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