The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that if there’s a team that the Falcons may look to move up with, it’s likely the Browns, a team that could hold the cards to Georgia WR A.J. Green.
Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff, the two-time Sporting News executive of the year, has been a busy bee in his three drafts with the Falcons. For the upcoming draft, the Cincinnati Bengals (fourth overall) and the Cleveland Browns (sixth) are considered strong possibilities for Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green. If Green gets past Cincinnati, the Falcons will be on the phone with Mike Holmgren and the Cleveland Browns. The Browns, who may want to amass picks, traded out of the No. 5 spot in 2009. Under a different regime, they sent the No. 5 pick to the New York Jets (Mark Sanchez) for the 17the pick, a second rounder and three players that were coveted by their former coach Eric Mangini.