The Cleveland Browns obviously picked up cornerback Justin Gilbert and quarterback Johnny Manziel in the first round, but for those unsure what they gained, spent to get there, here is a quick summary on what the Browns have gained and what they still have left as the draft rolls along.
The Browns gained a 2015 1st and 4th round pick from the Buffalo Bills.
The Browns used their 5th round pick in 2014, pick 145, to move up a slot to get Gilbert in a deal for the Minnesota Vikings.
The Browns used their second 3rd round pick, pick 83, the one acquired from the Pittsburgh Steelers in last year’s draft, to move up from 26 to 22 in a deal with the Philadelphia Eagles to get Manziel.
So, the Browns currently have six picks remaining in this year’s draft. They have their second round pick, 35th pick, their third round pick, 71st pick. Effectively, they are back to their original slate of picks on day two of the draft.
They have both fourth round picks (their own and the Indianapolis Colts pick they got in the trade last year), their sixth and seventh round pick on day 3 as it stands now.
This could all change if the Browns continue to move around and make deals, but that is where they stand currently.