The Cleveland Browns have been very active in the offseason and they just found their quarterback of the short term, trading for the Buffalo Bills starter Tyrod Taylor. The Browns will be giving up a third round pick (No. 65) in the trade.
Not only this, but the Browns also got Jarvis Landry in a deal with the Miami Dolphins.
On top of that, DeShone Kizer has been sent to the Green Bay Packers in exchange for CB Damarious Randall, as well as pick swaps for fourth and fifth rounds.
These move strengthen Cleveland’s wide receiver corps, which includes Josh Gordon, and ensures a solid starter for the first day of the season while they let a young rookie learn the playbook. It will be interesting if they decide to pick a QB with their No. 1 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.
We can assume the Browns will also not be pursuing anyone in free agency now.