Speaking of Kizer, the Browns' second-round selection past year was traded to the Packers, per the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Just prior to the Tyrod deal, a rumor came out stating that the Browns feel like a strong contender to acquire highly-coveted free agent quarterback Kirk Cousins after teaming up Landry with Josh Gordon and Corey Coleman.
The Browns have not confirmed any of the deals because they won't become official until the new league year begins.
It's Chicago's turn to make a trade of their own..
Trading Taylor leaves the Bills with a significant hole at the position with Nathan Peterman - a fifth-round draft pick previous year - the only quarterback left on their roster. In 2017, Taylor completed 62.6 percent of his passes for 2,799 yards, 14 touchdowns, four picks, and an 89.2 passer rating while also adding 427 yards and four touchdowns on the ground. In 2016, he regressed badly, and when thrown at over the season surrendered a monstrous passer rating of 112.8, thanks to surrendering 10 touchdowns (playoffs included). McDermott gave Peterman a half to prove his worth and put on a legendary performance (6-14, 66 yards, five interceptions). He a career-high nine touchdowns but finished 13 yards shy of 1,000. 53 and 56 in the second round and will now bookend the third round with the first and last selections at No. 65 and No. 96, respectively. And he can protect the quarterback position too - and you're getting a great leader and a hard worker.
Cleveland is $113 million under the salary cap and was expected to seek an impact receiver in free agency.
In addition to acquiring three quality starters without giving up much, Cleveland now holds the first- and fourth-overall picks in April's draft plus three second-rounders.