The Charlie Frye era in Cleveland is over -- maybe. In a weird turn of events, Cleveland, which passed on Quinn at No. 3 overall, grabbed local guy Quinn here after a trade with Dallas. Phil Savage couldn't have engineered this one any better, getting both the top offensive lineman in the draft and now the quarterback they wanted. The price was steep, though, with Cleveland sacrificing its second-round pick this year and its first-rounder next year. This is fraught with risk, though, because if Quinn doesn't make the grade, this deal will put the Browns back for years. And if this was a bittersweet day for Quinn -- whose smile, while he held up the Browns' jersey with No. 1 on it, was incredibly forced -- how do you think Frye is feeling about now? Savage felt he had to move up to get Quinn and the Ravens were a team that had him worried.