After months of being slotted at No. 2 in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Browns are now going to wait a bit on Day 1.
Cleveland is the new holder of the No. 8 pick after swapping first-rounders with the Philadelphia Eagles, who threw in multiple, lucrative picks to close the deal. A while back, we diagrammed the history of the No. 2 pick. Now, it's time to see what kind of history there is at No. 8, a spot the Browns have picked from just two other times in franchise history.
OT Willie Roaf (Saints, 1993) - An 11-time Pro Bowler and nine-time All-Pro, Roaf was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2012 after a career that featured 189 starts over 13 seasons.
DB Ronnie Lott (49ers, 1981) - All he did was win four Super Bowls, make 10 Pro Bowls, land spots on the 1980 and 1990 All-Decade teams and join the Hall of Fame in 2000.
OL Mike Munchak (Oilers, 1982) - A 2001 inductee to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Munchak spent his entire career with the Oilers.
RB Larry Csonka (Miami, 1968) - A key cog on the 1972 Dolphins, who went undefeated, Csonka landed in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1987 following a career in which he ran for more than 8,000 yards.
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DE/LB Leslie O'Neal (San Diego, 1986) - The six-time Pro Bowler lasted a whopping 14 seasons and racked up 105.5 sacks during his 10 seasons with the Chargers.
RB Ottis Anderson (St. Louis Cardinals, 1979) - He made two Pro Bowls and won two Super Bowls with the Giants during a 14-year career that ended with 10,273 rushing yards.
S Roy Williams (Dallas, 2002) - A five-time Pro Bowler, Williams started 110 games and racked up 596 tackles over nine seasons.
DB DeAngelo Hall (Atlanta, 2004) - The three-time Pro Bowler is set to enter his 14th season. He's collected 43 interceptions and taken five to the house.