Cleveland Browns: 10 trade targets ahead of training camp
8. Michael Gallup, WR, Dallas Cowboys
Michael Gallup is in the same boat as Chark; a very good player entering the final year of his rookie deal who may or may not be extended. The concern here is double-paying; giving up decent compensation to acquire the player, and then handing him a large contract. Gallup is option No. 3 in the Dallas passing game, but he has true No. 1 ability.
7. Anthony Miller, WR, Chicago Bears
A 2018 second-rounder, Miller has been decent in Chicago, but just decent isn’t quite what a team is hoping for from the 51st overall pick. The Bears’ quarterback play hasn’t done him any favors though, so maybe he’d take a step forward with a change of scenery. He’d need to earn his keep on special teams if brought in.
6. Tim Patrick, WR, Denver Broncos
Patrick made a name for himself in 2020, hauling in 51 passes for 742 yards and six touchdowns. He stands a huge 6-5 210 pounds, size which the Browns haven’t had in years. Patrick is a good player, but Denver has an extremely talented and young receiver group, so he may be a lower priority to keep around. DaeSean Hamilton’s injury makes Patrick’s situation a tad more interesting, but with the other players in the room, it’s hard to see him having a role that he deserves.