3 Unhappy players Cleveland Browns could trade for

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BEREA, OH – AUGUST 6: A general view of the Cleveland Browns as a team warming up before the start of the Cleveland Browns Training Camp on August 6, 2019 at the Cleveland Browns Training Facility in Berea, Ohio. (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images)

The Cleveland Browns could target these unhappy players via trade

As we inch closer to the start of the 2020 NFL training camps, most teams are comfortable with the roster they have built. However, there are some players who are letting it be known they don’t want to be apart of their respective clubs. For the Cleveland Browns, this could be good news as they could target some of those disgruntled stars, even though they don’t have many needs at this time.

The most recent star player to voice his displeasure is New York Jets All-Pro safety Jamal Adams (we’ll get to him later) and he is not the first high-profile player to take that stance and he may not be the last.

But there are several things that could keep the Browns from going after some of those players but it is unlikely they will be able to sign all the young talent they have drafted in the last five years whether they trade for an impact player or not.

If they can get a good enough deal they may just use the player as a one-year rental because Cleveland needs to strike while the iron is hot. They need to go after it before they have to big money to Baker Mayfield and Myles Garrett and won’t have the ability to acquire high-end talent.

It may not seem smart or plausible for the Browns to acquire any of these players but they could take them over the top and make them a real championship contender.

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