Browns who went back Duke Johnson reported today to the training camp amid the conversation that he is unhappy with his contract and eager to be traded. Johnson's trainer does not want to trade him.
Brown's coach Freddie Cohenens said today that he believes there are many balls in the offense, and the best way to act is to hold Johnson and use it along with Nick Chub and when he arrives in the middle of the season, Karim Hunt.
"We do not give away good players," said Quings, through Albert Brier from SI.com. "Do not worry about the ball. We'll find enough balls for them. "
Brown's general manager John Dorsey confirmed today that he spoke to Johnson's agent Drew Rosenhouse. There may be a team who wants to trade with Johnson, and maybe give him a new contract he likes. But for now, Browns are working as if they expect Johnson to pay in Cleveland this year.