The four likeliest players the Cleveland Browns could trade leading up to the NFL trade deadline, which falls on Oct. 29.
The Cleveland Browns are one of the teams at the center of all the NFL trade rumors cropping up as the deadline looms, Oct. 29.
For all the star power the Browns have, the roster has plenty of holes and there’s concern those flaws are going to be exposed even more with the undefeated New England Patriots waiting in Week 8.
Lots of trade talk centers on the offensive line, as the Browns are expected to make a deal. Trent Williams‘ name keeps coming up, but it really looks like the Redskins want to continue harboring a grudge by noting dealing their disgruntled sevens-time Pro Bowl left tackle.
Even if Williams became available, it wouldn’t be prudent to deal a first-round pick for the veteran, considering he’s 31 and hasn’t played or practice since December of last year. The Browns would need Williams ready to go from the day he arrived in Berea, and it’s wishful thinking to believe that would be possible.
So what trades can the Browns make? They could always move draft picks, but keep in mind, they’re not as loaded as they have been in the recent past. Cleveland has just five picks in the 2020 NFL Draft because Dorsey burned a fifth- and sixth-round pick for Wyatt Teller in a trade with the Bills.
He then coughed the 2020 seventh-rounder for Taywan Taylor.
Teller has disappointed with his inability to get on the field at right guard, a position desperate for someone to save it, while Taylor is buried on the depth chart.
If teams aren’t interested in draft picks, there’s always real life players who could be on the move, and in the Browns’ case, these four players, in particular are the most likeliest to be dealt.