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Cleveland Browns twitter was set ablaze on Tuesday night after several players sent out tweets that seemed to hint at a potentially big move by the front.
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As pointed out in today’s featured article, several Browns players took to twitter and potentially hinted at another pre-free agency move by Dorsey.
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"The NFL free agent market opens next Wednesday and there is a growing list of top talent available.Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry wasn’t shy on Twitter on Tuesday. He encouraged a few free agents to come to Cleveland, including safety Eric Weddle, linebacker Mark Barron, safety Johnathan Cyprien and safety Landon Collins."
It is hard to guess what the Browns players were potentially hinting at on twitter Tuesday night, if they were hinting at anything at all. But based on Dorsey’s history, it would not be surprising if the Browns are close to making a trade for a superstar or signing a player to an extension or contract.
The Cleveland Browns seem very likely to add a defensive lineman in the NFL Draft, and Martin McConnell points out that mock drafts are starting to link the Browns to multiple defensive linemen.
"On Tuesday, BetOnline.ag released its odds for which team Brown will play for during Week 1 of the 2019 season. And while the Oakland Raiders at 7/2 are the current favorite, Cleveland isn’t far behind with the fifth-best odds (12/1) of landing the 7-time Pro Bowl selection."
The Browns being listed with the fifth-best odds to land Antonio Brown is interesting. It is hard to imagine the Steelers trading arguably the best receiver in the NFL to a division rival, despite the assets the Browns could offer in a potential deal.
With the Browns expected to move on from Jamie Collins this off-season, they are expected to be in the market for a linebacker. Randy Gurzi believes that the Browns will be a potential landing spot for free agent linebacker Anthony Barr.