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Breaking down Cleveland Browns scenarios, expectations

You’ve heard this before: Anything can happen in the NFL Draft.

The event’s unpredictability is exactly why the national spotlight will be on downtown Cleveland while the city hosts its first draft Thursday through Saturday.

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And for the Browns, the draft has never felt more wide open at any other point in the expansion era.

The team’s best record (11-5) since its rebirth in 1999 has resulted in it being positioned unusually low in the first round (26th overall). Of the 27 players selected by the Browns in the first round, just one has been chosen in a lower slot — tight end David Njoku (No. 29 overall) — and that happened because of a trade up from the second round in 2017.

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