Browns trade for Bills QB Tyrod Taylor

Jarvis Landry signs franchise tag with Dolphins reports say

Speaking of Kizer, the Browns' second-round selection a year ago was traded to the Packers, per the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

The Browns are planning to negotiate a long-term deal that could make Landry one of highest-paid wide receivers in the league.

What do the trades mean for all the principals involved? Before that happens, let's look into the moves Dorsey made. Taylor's fantasy value could increase with the trade.

Cleveland will send the 65th overall pick to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for quarterback Tyrod Taylor.

The Cleveland Browns are continuing to make offseason moves to try and rebound from an 0-16 season in 2017.

But the Browns needed a veteran QB to add to the mix.

I'd now be surprised if Thomas doesn't return.

It would seem the one free agent the Bills won't pursue is Kirk Cousins, who stands to receive upwards of $30 million per year, which would put them right up against the NFL's salary cap.

Landry signed a $16 million, one-year franchise tag Thursday with Miami, clearing the path for his trade.

With 12 picks in this year's draft, including the Nos.

Landry's production is undeniable. As a rookie, Njoku caught 32 passes for 386 yards and four touchdowns.

In other words, it's getting "real" in Cleveland now.

Penn State running back Saquon Barkley runs a drill during the NFL football scouting combine, Friday, March 2, 2018, in Indianapolis.

The Browns secondary sorely needs the upgrade Randall provides. That, in itself, is a masterful job by the wheeling-and-dealing GM. He played in 14 games with 12 starts at cornerback for the Packers last season. If they do, Taylor becomes a well-paid but not insanely overpaid backup.

But he lands in Cleveland, where he'll get a fresh start. Playing behind starter Andy Dalton his entire career, the three-time national champion at Alabama has only thrown 133 passes in his NFL career. I wrote an article earlier this week proclaiming that as well.

And unlike previous Browns quarterbacks, Taylor could actually have some offensive weapons around him. 21 and 22), two second-rounders (Nos. Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen, Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson.