3 Players Cleveland Browns should consider trading this year

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SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – OCTOBER 07: Terrance Mitchell #39 of the Cleveland Browns looks on prior to the start of an NFL football game against the San Francisco 49ers of the Cleveland Browns at Levi’s Stadium on October 07, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images) /

With the Cleveland Browns newfound depth, they could look to move on from these three players

One thing first-year general manager Andrew Berry made sure to do once he took over the Cleveland Browns was to add depth all over the roster. Browns fans know this was one of the team’s biggest downfalls in 2019 as they ended the year with undrafted free agents and players signed off the street on the field for meaningful snaps by season’s end.

Berry realized how the team’s performance suffered when both defensive ends were out and he understood how frustrating it was to see their offensive tackles struggle, yet not have someone to turn to. For that reason, he went out and added several players who have starting experience that they will be able to turn to in 2020.

While the depth is necessary, the Browns GM could find himself tempted to try and make some moves with a few of the positions where they might have actually become overcrowded.

Should he decide to make some moves, the Browns could look to trade one of these three players ahead of the 2020 season

Honorable mention: Terrance Mitchell, Cornerback

Cleveland released T.J. Carrie this offseason which thinned out the cornerback depth chart but the signing of Kevin Johnson made it crowded once again. Johnson is a former first-round pick and the expectation is for him to be in the mix to start opposite Denzel Ward with a role as the third corner being the floor.

With that being the case, the Browns could look to trade Terrance Mitchell. An underrated defensive back, Mitchell should be on the field for an NFL team and there’s a chance Cleveland could get something in exchange for his services.