As for the Giants, they now own two of the first 17 picks in this spring's draft and took a step in replacing safety Landon Collins, who reportedly agreed to a free-agent contract with the Washington Redskins on Monday. While it's nearly unfathomable to consider the idea of two star wide receivers being traded in one offseason, the chances of it happening may be heating up. Beyond just Landry and second-year quarterback Baker Mayfield, the Browns have another sophomore standout in running back Nick Chubb.
The three-time Pro Bowler and 2014 AP Offensive Rookie of the Year has proven that when given the opportunity, he can make plays in all areas of the field.
It's the second trade completed in the past week by the Giants and Browns. Cleveland had already signed defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson and traded guard Kevin Zeitler to the Giants for the services of defensive end Olivier Vernon, so the defense is stout.
Beckham had 77 receptions for 1,052 yards and six touchdowns last season.
Gettleman said at his end-of-year news conference and again at the National Football League scouting combine last month: "We didn't sign Odell to trade him. OK?"
Oakland Raiders expected to add Trent Brown in free agency
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr was sacked a career-high 51 times after being sacked a combined 36 times in 2016 and 2017. Washington has expressed interest in bringing back veteran Adrian Peterson, who rushed for 1,042 yards last season.
The AFC North obviously features a few intriguing fits in the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals.
General Manager John Dorsey is truly a legend.
Kitchens will have to try to keep Beckham in check, something Giants coach Pat Shurmur struggled to do.
Start spreading the news, he's leaving today. Over the past week or so, there's been plenty of smoke surrounding Odell Beckham Jr. potentially being traded to the Cleveland Browns. His contentment with sticking in Cleveland did not last long.