Cleveland Browns: Post-trade frenzy 7-Round Mock Draft
By Randy Gurzi
A full Cleveland Browns 7-round mock draft after the team traded for Jarvis Landry, Tyrod Taylor and Damarious Randall on the same day
Welcome to the Cleveland Browns John Dorsey. The team’s new general manager decided to start making some big moves with his newest franchise on Friday. The first domino to fall was the deal to get Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry, in exchange for a couple of draft picks, including one of their two fourth-round choices in the 2018 NFL Draft.
They then went for a quarterback. This time they sent the No. 65 overall pick to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for Tyrod Taylor. As soon as that deal happened, they sent their own quarterback, DeShone Kizer, to the Green Bay Packers. For his services, the team was awarded defensive back Damarious Randall.
With the Browns making these moves, it could alter how they approach the 2018 NFL Draft. They no longer seem as desperate for a quarterback, or a defensive back — which could change things seeing as how many mock drafts had Sam Darnold out of USC and Minkah Fitzpatrick from Alabama going at No. 1 and No. 4respectively.
Here we will examine how things could change for them with the 10 selections they still have, beginning with the very first overall.