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Bears' Beef may Join Pork Chop? Jason Wright becomes a Card

The Browns want to serve up a buffet of offensive linemen. On the heels of signing Floyd "Pork Chop" Womack from Seattle, the Browns are visiting with journeyman offensive tackle free agent John St. Clair of the Chicago Bears. We were excited to hear about Womack. We urge the Browns to move on St. Clair. The critics will slam his age at 31 years, however, that is misleading without context. St. Clair is not a part-timer off the bench. He has anchored the Bears' offensive line for years. He started every game last season for Chicago. He plays full-time at good energy.

John is a big boy: nearly 6.5 feet tall and almost 320 pounds. He is a veteran of the NFL entering his 11th season. He went to College at Virginia. He started his pro career for the St. Louis Rams; then played one season for the Dolphins in Miami and then moved to Chcago in 2005. He played in 16 games each of his last three seasons with the Bears.

The Bears recognize the value of St. Clair. They want him back but not at any price. They reportedly offered John 4 million dollars over 3 years. The Browns could likely steal St. Clair for not much more money than what Chicago offered.

John is also versatile which we need in building depth along our O-Line. He can play tackle or guard, left or right side.

It is time that we face the facts in Cleveland. Pro football is still won or lost in the trenches. One look at the New York Giants Super Bowl victory two seasons ago proves that point in spades. Pork Chop and St. Clair will go some way in shoring up our offensive line. We want to see St. Clair signed. This year has a shortage of tackles becoming free agents; we cannot miss this opportunity. The knowledgeable sports media in the windy city are upset about the prospect of losing St. Clair. Their loss can be our gain.

On another note, Browns' back-up running back (third string) Jason Wright has signed with the Arizona Cardinals. This we do not view as a setback. We do not need Wright. The Browns are not a three running back squad. He is not worth keeping just for a few carries and some help on special teams. We wish Jason good luck securing a more active role in the desert, however, we will not lose sleep over the loss.

Go Browns!

-Clayton

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