Which player is most likely to be traded by the Browns in the next week?
Craziest trades are still on the table, as the Browns are expected to announce some major moves during the upcoming week.
Here are 10 players that could be moved this week, according to ESPN Insider Adam Schefter:QB Derek Carr, Oakland RaidersRB Jamaal Charles, New England PatriotsWR Kenny Britt, Washington RedskinsWR DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia EaglesWR Tyler Lockett, Pittsburgh SteelersWR Emmanuel Sanders, Chicago BearsWR Josh Gordon, Cleveland BrownsWR Michael Thomas, Seattle SeahawksWR Tyler Boyd, Tennessee TitansQB Kirk Cousins, Washington WizardsRB Lamar Jackson, Cincinnati BengalsRB Lamar Miller, Cincinnati RedsWR Allen Robinson, Kansas City ChiefsWR Odell Beckham Jr., New York GiantsWR Jordan Matthews, Philadelphia PhilliesWR Brandin Cooks, Minnesota VikingsWR Marqise Lee, Dallas CowboysWR Corey Coleman, Green Bay PackersWR Kendall Wright, Chicago CubsWR Mike Evans, Tampa Bay BuccaneersWR Jarvis Landry, New York JetsWR Corey Davis, Tennessee PanthersWR Devin Funchess, Baltimore RavensWR Deonte Thompson, Washington BearsWR T.J. Jones, New Orleans SaintsWR Kenny Stills, Baltimore ColtsWR Dez Bryant, Dallas MavericksWR Devante Parker, Philadelphia 49ersWR Devin Ross, Pittsburgh PatriotsWR DeAndre Hopkins, Houston TexansWR Jordan Payton, Dallas RedskinsWR Dorial Green-Beckham, Houston OilersWR Marcus Mariota, Tennessee JaguarsWR Deon Cain, Oakland TitansWR Emmanuel Ogbah, Chicago White SoxWR Emmanuel Norwood, Houston BrownsWR Mike Williams, Cincinnati SteelersWR Marques Colston, New Mexico State RaidersWR Matt Jones, Arizona CardinalsWR Michael Crabtree, Los Angeles RamsWR Sammy Watkins, LosersBrady is reportedly working on a deal with the Steelers to move him to an area outside the AFC East.
The 49ers could be willing to part with some of their players in order to acquire the quarterback.
It’s unclear if the Steelers are willing to make such a deal, but they’ve had success trading for QBs and receivers in the past.
Carr has been one of the NFL’s most productive quarterbacks this season, but he hasn’t had the same success with the running game as he did with the passing game.
He’s not an explosive runner, but his accuracy and ball placement has improved.
If the 49ers trade Carr, it would be the biggest deal of the offseason.
They’d have to clear a spot on the roster for Carr to be on the 49er roster and would also have to pay a player $9.6 million to move the quarterback to another team.
The 49ers also would need to have Carr’s release or his release and his salary be offset by an offer sheet in return.
Caught on tape as a rookie, Carr has shown the ability to make plays on the football, but the 49 and Raiders have both struggled with the run game.
The Steelers are known to be interested in moving away from the passing offense, which has been a huge part of their success in recent years.
The Browns are also known to have interest in trading quarterback.
The Browns have to do something with their quarterback this offseason, and that could come in the form of trading for a player.
Carson Wentz has already had his contract extended by four years.
He is the only quarterback currently on the Browns roster who is under contract beyond his rookie deal.
If the Browns were to trade Wentz, it could be a sign that they want to move on from him and add a quarterback in the draft.
A trade for Carr would make the most sense for the Browns, who would have to make a move with their second-year quarterback, as well as the quarterback’s agent.
They also would have a player they could potentially draft in the third round.
A deal involving Carr could come with a steep price tag, but it would give the Browns the chance to move up in the first round, which could be an option for the 49s.