Links Carla Gugino Would Love: Duke Comes Back, America Breathes Sigh of Relief, More NCAA Tournament Games For Our Viewing Pleasure, and the Cavaliers Have Not Won A Game in 26 Tries

Links Carla Gugino would love for Thursday include Duke’s comeback over North Carolina, every NCAA tournament game available for us to watch, and the Cavs lose again.

“Expert” Analysis, Grades For Cleveland Browns 2009 Draft Class

Analysis and grades for the Browns 2009 draft is rolling in from the experts this morning. MSF serves up a quick sampling of the opinions from the likes of Mel Kiper, Todd McShay, Pete Prisco, and others.

Cleveland Browns 2009 Draft Class: Analysis, Grade, Complete List of Draft Picks

The Cleveland Browns 2009 draft class was filled with solid, productive, high character picks who filled specific needs. MSF provides an analysis and grade, along with a final list of the Browns’ 2009 draft choices.

Browns 6th Round Picks: CB Don Carey, CB Coye Francies, RB James Davis

The Cleveland Browns have completed their picking in the 2009 NFL Draft by selecting two cornerbacks and a running back with their three 6th round picks. The final three Browns picks were CB Don Carey, CB Coye Francies, and RB James Davis.

LOTD: NFL Network Coverage of 2009 NFL Draft Has Been Informative, Entertaining, Outstanding

MSF offers an analysis and comparison of the 2009 NFL Draft coverage of the NFL Network and ESPN, and comes to the easy conclusion that the NFL Network was far better. Not to mention, the “big head” feature of the NFLN is perfectly hilarious.

Browns Pick USC LB Kaluka Maiava with 4th Round Pick

With their only 4th round pick (#104 overall), the Cleveland Browns selected USC LB Kaluka Maiava.

Why I Love Sports: Random, Fleeting, Unexpected Moments of Jump Around Excitement

JRod describes the unexpected excitement of the 30 second timespan last night when, simultaneously, Alexei Ramirez hit his 5th career grand slam for the White Sox against Toronto and the Cleveland Browns drafted Mohamed Massaquoi.

The moment may have been fleeting, but was a manifestation of what makes being a die-hard sports fan such a rewarding commitment.

Analysis of Cleveland Browns First Day Picks in 2009 NFL Draft

JRod analyzes a crazy first day at the 2009 NFL Draft for the Cleveland Browns. Find out his analysis of each move and pick, plus his final grade for the first day haul brought in by the Browns; a haul that includes C Alex Mack and WR Brian Robiskie.

Browns Second Pick (#36 in 2nd Round) is WR Brian Robiskie!

With their 2nd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the 36th overall selection, the Browns picked WR Brian Robiskie!

This pick I love. A lot. Great choice Browns!

Cleveland Browns Draft C Alex Mack with 21st pick in 2009 NFL Draft

With the 21st pick in the NFL Draft the Cleveland Browns have selected C Alex Mack. My thoughts on this are varying by the second. Click through.

Cleveland Browns Trade 19th Pick to Philadelphia Eagles; Eagles take WR Jeremy Maclin

The Cleveland Browns have traded the 19th pick to the Philadelphia Eagles. The Browns receive the 21st overall pick and the 195th overall pick.

The Eagles selected WR Jeremy Maclin.

Cleveland Browns Trade #17 Pick to Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Bucs Draft QB Josh Freeman

The Cleveland Browns have traded the #17 pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs have drafted QB Josh Freeman.

Browns get 19th pick and 191st pick.

Browns Trade #5 Pick to New York Jets; Jets Take Mark Sanchez

The Browns have traded their #5 pick to the Jets. The Jets have chosen Mark Sanchez.

The Browns received the 17th pick, the 57th pick, and 3 players:

2009 NFL Draft All-Day Live Chat

JRod is hosting an all-day live chat to discuss the 2009 NFL Draft. Come join the discussion.

Cleveland Browns First Day Mock Draft and Dream Saturday Scenario

JRod provides his Cleveland Browns first day mock draft as the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft gets set to begin. Included are some trade scenarios and rumors that could potentially happen, and his first day pick projections if they do.

How excited would Browns fans be to land Malcolm Jenkins and Brian Robiskie during the draft’s first day? In his dream scenario, JRod has the Browns doing just that.