Beautiful Weekend Weather/Browns Draft Continues/Fatal Accident in Rocky River

Beautiful Weekend Weather/Browns Draft Continues/Fatal Accident in Rocky River


Fog/sprinkles/Clouds this morning, clearing to a mostly sunny day.

(61 Lakeshore-69 Canton)


: mostly clear. LOW:45


Mostly sunny with a slim chance of a spotty shower. HIGH: 70


: Partly cloudy. LOW: 47


: A lot of sunshine with a few clouds. HIGH: 75

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The Cleveland Browns have selected

in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft on Thursday.

There was a lot of speculation leading up to the draft that the Browns could select Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, that did not happen. It appears the Browns may head into preseason workouts with Josh McCown and Johnny Manziel as the two main quarterbacks.

The Browns add Nose Tackle from Washington Danny Shelton with the 12th overall pick and offensive lineman from Florida State Cameron Erving.

Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer added this statement on Shelton, “Danny Shelton, obviously a big kid with size. Here's a young man who played upwards of 90 to 100 snaps out there in the PAC-12. He showed some ability to rush the passer, can play lateral and down the line of scrimmage. Definitely is a guy who I like to refer to as a guy who requires four hands, where he's going to require more than one guy to pay attention to him. I love his temperament. I love how he played. I love that this kid is a smart kid, high GPA – high school and college. The guy is a football player. We're excited about the fact that we're going to add a guy that helps us solidify the middle of our defense and make us better up front."

A crash in Rocky River leaves one person dead. Witnesses say the driver of a car crashed into the side of a home on Lake Road.

The crash happened at 3:30 a.m. Friday.

Witnesses say after the crash the

Lake Road re-opened around 9:00 a.m.

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