Winners, Losers of Browns’ Big NFL Trades for Jarvis Landry, Tyrod Taylor

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    Apparently, the Cleveland Browns grew tired of losing and turned the NFL world upside down with three significant trades Friday just five days before the start of the new league year. 

    General manager John Dorsey pried open the massive war chest accumulated over the last two years by Sashi Brown and used both the team’s numerous draft assets and copious salary-cap space to make additions worthy of league-wide notice. 

    In a matter of two hours, three trades became public knowledge with the Browns acquiring the 2017 league-leader in receptions, a starting quarterback and an upgrade to the team’s secondary. These deals won’t become official until March 14, though. 

    Cleveland used a 2018 fourth- and ’19 seventh-round draft picks to acquire Jarvis Landry from the Miami Dolphins, per the Cleveland Plain Dealer‘s Mary Kay Cabot. The organization utilized this year’s 65th overall pick to land Tyrod Taylor, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. For good measure, Dorsey made sure to keep his defensive coordinator, Gregg Williams, happy by flipping last year’s starting quarterback DeShone Kizer for cornerback Damarious Randall, per Rapoport

    *Take a breath.*


    Once the dust settles on these deals, the Browns will emerge as a much better team.

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