Jeff Diamond is the former president of the Titans and the former vice president/general manager of the Vikings.

After the first round of the draft Thursday, Browns GM Sashi Brown said about his team’s quarterback situation: “We won’t rest until we solidify that position.”

Well, Sashi, you still have work to do. Perhaps it’s time to call Belichick again and make another offer for Garoppolo.

Because, despite all those high draft grades, the Browns are not making inroads toward their first their first Super Bowl appearance in team history, or even their first playoff berth since 2002, without a franchise signal-caller.

Jeff Diamond is the former president of the Titans and the former vice president/general manager of the Vikings. He was selected NFL Executive of the Year in 1998. Diamond is currently a business and sports consultant who also does broadcast and online media work. He is the former chairman and CEO of The Ingram Group.

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