BEREA, Ohio (AP) — After two days of wheeling and dealing, the Browns enter the final day of the NFL draft with just two selections.
Cleveland has a fourth-rounder (No. 127) and seventh-rounder (No. 218) left to use, but first-year general manager Ray Farmer has shown a willingness to make trades. Farmer has pulled off four deals already, including three in the first round.
The Browns could be in the market to add a wide receiver with Pro Bowler Josh Gordon potentially facing discipline from the league after reportedly failing another drug test.
The news on Gordon tainted a big day for the Browns on Friday, when Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel’s arrival sparked a run on season tickets and merchandise.
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