Our final stop on the Browns' Road to the Draft takes us back in history, as we look at the 10 best players in NFL history who were selected at No. 10.
RB Marcus Allen - 1982
Allen earned his way to the Pro Football Hall of Fame by playing a combined 16 seasons with the Los Angeles Raiders (1982-92) and Chiefs (93-97). He amassed 12,243 rushing yards, 5,411 receiving yards, 144 touchdowns and earned MVP honors in the Super Bowl he won.
OT Willie Anderson - 1996
The longtime Bengal started 184 games, earned first-team All-Pro recognition over three straight seasons (2004-06) and made four Pro Bowls.
RB Jerome Bettis - 1993
The Hall of Famer bulldozed his way to 13,664 yards and 94 touchdowns over a 13-year career that was largely spent in Pittsburgh and ended with his first Super Bowl victory.
CB Gary Green - 1977
Over nine seasons, seven of which were spent in Kansas City, Green intercepted 33 passes and started all but one of the 132 games he played. That was good for four Pro Bowl honors and five first-team All-Pro selections.
DT Alex Karras - 1958
A Lions Legend, Karras was recently voted into the Hall of Fame as part of the 15-member Centennial Class of 2020. He was a member of the 1960s All-Decade team and earned first-team All-Pro honors three times and second-team four times and appeared in four Pro Bowls.
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QB Patrick Mahomes - 2017
In just three seasons -- one of which he backed up Alex Smith -- he's already won a Super Bowl, asserted himself as one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL and thrown for 9,412 yards and 76 touchdowns with just 18 interceptions.
WR Herman Moore - 1991
The longtime Lions playmaker caught 670 passes for 9,174 yards and 62 touchdowns over a career that included four trips to the Pro Bowl and three straight years (1995-97) of first-team All-Pro recognition.
LB Isiah Robertson - 1971
He won Defensive Rookie of the Year in his first season and kept it up throughout a 12-year career that was split between the Rams and Bills. He earned first-team All-Pro honors in four straight seasons (1973-76) and made six Pro Bowls.
DE Terrell Suggs - 2003
Somehow, he's still chugging along and playing at a high level after serving as a nuisance to the Browns for years as a star on the Ravens defense. He's won two Super Bowls, racked up 139 sacks and made seven Pro Bowls.
S Rod Woodson - 1987
Another longtime Browns rival, Woodson made 11 Pro Bowls and earned six first-team All-Pro honors in a Hall of Fame career that included stops in Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Baltimore and Oakland.
Honorable mention: CB Stephon Gilmore (2012), DE Jacob Green (1980), RB Todd Gurley (2015), LB Jeff Siemon (1972), WR Al Toon (1985)