The NFL Draft is here upon us and the Cleveland Browns could be willing to trade some players over the course of the weekend.
As the NFL Draft is set to start this Thursday night, the Cleveland Browns could be looking at making some trades. With good value on players in the middle rounds of this draft, trading a few assets for extra picks maybe something general manager Andrew Berry is willing to look at.
With many holes on this roster that need to be addressed, picking up another draft selection or two may just be what Berry is looking to do. The Browns are already down a few picks from what they had, as they traded away a fifth round pick and sixth round pick for guard Wyatt Teller last August.
Here are three players whom the Browns can trade to gather some extra draft capital. And no, Odell Beckham is not on this list.
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No. 3: Greedy Williams, CB
We simply do not know what this new coaching staff and new front office thinks of the former second round pick from a season ago. With Greedy Williams having some up and down play on the field, he could be a candidate to be traded, especially if Cleveland draft’s someone at corner they love.
With tons of raw potential though, there likely would be a team willing to part with a mid-round draft pick for his services and that could be enough for Andrew Berry to send him packing.
No. 2: Chris Hubbard, OL
Now that Chris Hubbard has restructured his contract, it would make it a lot easier for Cleveland to trade him, even though that may be frowned upon by his agent. Hubbard still has value as a swing tackle, or even as a possible starter at guard. All it would take is one team to see some value in him in order to part with a draft pick to obtain him.
No. 1: Kareem Hunt, RB
Kareem Hunt would bring back the most value, possibly a second or third round pick. A team in need of a starting tailback, maybe the Rams, could be willing to pay that price. And with Hunt still having some off the field issues, the Browns may just be willing to part with the talented running back from Willoughby.