CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Browns traded to safeguard Wyatt Teller's bills just hours before their preseason night tonight against the Lions.
They also received Buffalo's seventh round 2021 and dropped the fifth and sixth round picks in 2020.
Teller became the best candidate to start from the right guard, replacing Eric Kush.
The right guard is an area of concern for all off-season and pre-season, especially given Austin Corbett's No. 2018 total failed to win the job.
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"You are never right," Teller told Buffalo News when the Bills ended the mandatory mini-camp in June. "You never expect anything, you have to win every piece of the pie. You would like to think, 'Hey, they got me for some reason. "But they also brought these people for a reason. That's the name of the game.
" I mean, yes, I'm young, but I'm beginning to understand a little that it's easy to be right and lose the mindset of staying hungry and you attack every day because every day is important. Every day is trying to get the top five, trying to find consistency, continuity, things like that. Which five work best together? We have great players out there and it's cool to see everyone working together and new faces and melting pot. "
The Browns currently have their own picks in the round Ve 1-4 and Round 7 of the 2020 draft.
Cleveland also has a sixth round in Arizona (trade with Jam Jamar Taylor), seventh round of Buffalo (WR Corey Coleman trade) and a conditional Houston selection (RB Duke Johnson Jr. trade)
In 2021, a draft to be held in Cleveland, Brown holds his own election in Rounds 1-7 and the seventh round of bills from that trade.
Here is a summary of the current election of the Browns in 2020 and 2021. The NFL Drafts.
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