With all this nonsense surrounding Givens, first the announcment on the Browns webpage before midnight, and then the retraction, and then the trip to Miami, then the cancelled, on again off again trip to houston, could all of this be a smokescreen to cover-up the obvious tampering? I mean hacking into the Browns website to post what looks like a legitimate completely plausibly story? Who does that? If your smart enough to hack into a NFL website, don't you think you would post something a little better than a phoney free-agent signing story? Hell if I could break into the Pats site I post a naked picture of NEM! Why bother hacking a website to post a story like that? I think the answer is the Browns had Givens signed, they had it done well before the official start of free agency, and the rest of this circus, is just trying to cover up this fact. Lets see where he ends up. It could even be that the Browns gave up on signing Givens after the story got posted early (which is my theory, the story was trueand simply was run early) at which time the Browns had to think what to do, so they just told Givens we can't sign you now, and his agent is now doing the cover-up. Tampering in the past, has come with the price of your first round pick. Do you think the Krafts will ask the league to look into this? I would at least make them look at the Browns server, to see indeed if it was hacked into.