John Dorsey -- and John Dorsey alone -- knows how this will end.
The Browns general manager told NFL Network's Steve Wyche that he "hasn't even told [his] wife" who Cleveland will select with the first-overall pick in the draft come Thursday night.
Dorsey also confirmed that no legitimate trade offers have filtered in for the first-overall pick, meaning the Browns are on the clock.
Cleveland's general manager told Wyche that coaches and scouts have provided input into the process. The team's draft board has been finalized -- and approved by ownership -- but Dorsey alone holds final say on who the Browns will select.
The team is widely expected to take a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick, but Dorsey would not confirm that during his brief meeting with Wyche.
Cleveland also holds the No. 4 selection, a pick that could generate trade interest as quarterback-needy teams look to hopscotch the Broncos at No. 5 for a shot at one of the draft's top-remaining signal-callers.