General manager Andrew Berry is no stranger to trading players for future draft picks as Thursday he traded backup quarterback Joshua Dobbs to the Arizona Cardinals. Dobbs was a player that the Cleveland Browns might have cut after the emergence of Dorian Thompson-Robinson this preseason. So could there be more players that Berry could trade to get something from them instead of cutting them for nothing?
The offensive line is very deep and they won’t be able to keep all of them so a player from this group could be traded for a day three pick makes sense. Here are the three players I think are the most likely to be traded if Berry decides to move someone else in the manner he did with Dobbs.
C Nick Harris
Browns Joshua Dobbs
Nick Harris got the raw end of the deal after he was set to finally be the starter in 2022 after J.C. Tretter was released. Then he tore his ACL and a year later Ethan Pocic earned a new deal and the team spent a sixth-round pick on a center in Luke Wypler who played well this preseason.
There are plenty of teams that could use more quality offensive linemen and Nick Harris has looked good a year after his knee surgery. The team was very confident in Harris taking over for Tretter before his injury and his one start against Green Bay in 2021 was impressive. Harris wouldn’t be cut because he can’t play but the team simply has too many interior offensive linemen and could move him to add another future draft pick.
WR Austin Watkins Jr.
Browns Joshua Dobbs
It has been a great preseason for Austin Watkins Jr. who signed right before camp and then bursting onto the scene with his play. The team however has a full wide receiver room with five players who are roster locks ahead of him Cooper, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Moore, Bell, and Tillman. And with reports of how good Jakeem Grant has been looking lately in practice, Watkins Jr. could be the odd man out.
There are plenty of other teams however that don’t have deep wide receiver rooms or lost a major…