As the Cleveland Browns embark on a new league year via free agency and the draft, the organizations should consider these three crazy trades.
The Cleveland Browns are expected to add a couple of starters in the NFL Draft, while also altering their roster through free agency.
The third door, though, is the most intriguing. That’s right, we’re talking trades, and not just boiler plate deals, rather crazy trades the Browns should make in 2020.
Recent memory has the Browns making headlines when it comes to dealing, as the team pulled off the unheard-of-at-the-time Brock Osweiler deal. The team stole the headlines a season ago, pulling off the mega deal for Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
Could the Browns be active again? It’s hard to say no, considering the holes on the roster. Realistically, the Browns have holes two holes to fill on the offensive line, while they’re also in the market for a linebacker, safety, depth at corner and a tight end.
Free agency and the draft only offer so many opportunities to improve, so one would have to expect Paul DePodesta and Andrew Berry will be talking to other teams.
As the NFL weighs whether or not to push back the start of the league year because of Covid-19, here’s three crazy trades to ponder the Browns making this offseason.