Hey, Jim: I haven't. From day one of this new regime, I've felt the Browns were missing an executive with a track record for drafting good players and who's built or helped build a championship roster. Again, I'm not advocating blowing up the current front office. I'm urging them to add one of the best talent evaluators in the NFL and let him have final say over the roster.
Dallas had long been rumored to have preferred Prescott as a backup option to Tony Romo. There are physical, athletic, and leadership traits comparable to Tim Tebow, but Prescott is vastly more pro-ready as a passer. He's an ideal backup as he continues to work on overall consistency, but he'll bring a dynamic element if his name's ever called. --Mark Dulgerian