The Browns are reportedly 'strongly considering' taking Mitch Trubisky at No. 1

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The two teams could potentially be involved in another trade this offseason, as the Browns reportedly are interested in Jimmy Garoppolo. More interestingly, Cleveland HC Hue Jackson does not believe that his preferred quarterback will be available at No. 12. After losing center Alex Mack, right tackle Mitchell Schwartz, and others to free agency a year ago, the Browns have since managed to re-sign linebacker Jamie Collins Jr., but all other transaction-based press releases have come in the way of longsnapper Charlie Hughlett and punter Britton Colquitt. "He fits in our system, had a lot of success here with our coaches, so we think this is a great place for him to finish his career".

Pryor led the Browns in receptions (77), yards (1,007) and receiving touchdowns (4) in 2016.

As expected, Browns WR Terrelle Pryor is not one of them, opening the door for the 27-year-old to possibly become a free agent.

With free agency riches to spend and talent gaps nearly everywhere, the Cleveland Browns are listening to trade offers for the top pick in this year's NFL Draft. Had the Browns made him their franchise player, it would have cost them just under $16 million dollars.

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The important takeaway in all this is that Brown did say that retaining Pryor is a "priority". I think it worked well for New England. "I understand the interest in that and I've seen all the headlines that have been written, but I wouldn't comment on that". "I think the reality at this point is if you're not going to use the tag, the guy's effectively in free agency and will be solicited by other teams through the week here in Indy", Brown said.

Just take a look at the most recent young quarterbacks who have won right from the jump.

Gordon's four National Football League substance abuse policy violations saw him banned for two games in 2013, 10 games in 2014, all 16 games in 2015 and the first four games in 2016.

"It provides us a lot of flexibility in terms of how we build the roster". You look forward to having an opportunity to meet them. "I think there's some lessons all around to be learned".

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