4 Players Cleveland Browns should trade for ahead of training camp

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CLEVELAND, OH – SEPTEMBER 08: A general view during the U.S. National Anthem before a game between the Cleveland Browns and the Tennessee Titans at FirstEnergy Stadium on September 08, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio . (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

These 4 possible trade targets could help the Cleveland Browns in 2020

Not all their moves this offseason have been flashy, but the additions made to the Cleveland Browns roster by first-year general manager Andrew Berry have been solid.

He addressed their major issues along the offensive line while also filling in the hole at safety which was vacated when Damarious Randall and Eric Murray left in free agency and Morgan Burnett was released. In their place will be Karl Joseph, Andrew Sendejo, and rookie Grant Delpit.

Speaking of Delpit, the LSU product was one of several draft picks Berry made from the talented SEC. His first pick was Jedrick Wills, the Alabama offensive tackle and he later went back to LSU for linebacker Jacob Phillips as well as defensive tackle Jordan Elliott from Missouri.

Now with training camp right around the corner, those players will all get a chance to prove they can get the job done for the Browns. And the fact is, they’ll need each and every one of those additions to do their part as they look for their first winning season since the 2007 campaign.

Having said that, they could also continue to add talent to their already impressive roster. They could do this via free agency — and there are some solid options there still — or via trade with another NFL franchise.

Here we will check in on the latter as we identify four players Cleveland could trade for ahead of the 2020 season.

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