Cleveland Browns: 4 wide receivers to target before NFL trade deadline

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As the Cleveland Browns look to add a veteran to their wide receiving corps, the team should target these 4 players before the NFL trade deadline.

The Cleveland Browns are one of the most talked about teams before the Oct. 30 NFL trade deadline.

Some rumors have them in play for corner backs, others think they’l

Some of the cards have already been dealt. The Browns and Raiders talked about Amari Cooper, but Oakland’s asking price of a first-round pick was a non-starter for GM John Dorsey.

The Raiders got their asking price for Cooper from the Dallas Cowboys. Good luck to Jerry Jones on that one.

So now the Browns go back to the drawing board in search of receiving help.

Jarvis Landry has been excellent for the Browns, but besides the former Dolphin, Cleveland has had to lean on inexperienced players following the trade of Josh Gordon (A move that doesn’t look so great right now).

Some fans are dreaming big, with talk of Odell Beckham Jr. reuniting with former college coach and NFL receiving coach Adam Henry.

It’s not going to happen. The Giants would enter a salary-cap nightmare for trading Beckham, a player they just signed to massive extension.

There’s also been Twitter talk of adding someone like DeVante Parker. He has a problem staying healthy though. Cleveland doesn’t need to trade for someone they can’t count on.

Other fans are wondering about someone such as Kendall Wright, the former Baylor product.

To that I ask: Don’t the Browns have enough “small” receivers on their roster.

So as the trade deadline nears, here’s four trades that are realistic for the Brows to make.