14 Mar 2016 19:34:59
Once again, the Browns are rebuilding. If they intend to rebuild through the draft, I think they should move Joe Thomas and Joe Haden.

Thomas has been a pros pro and I think deserves to go to a team chasing a championship. I think Seattle would be an excellent spot for him, as Otung is a FA (and has been injured quite a bit in his career) . Thomas has never missed a game.

So, Seattle gets Thomas and Cleveland gets Seattles 1st round pick (26th) this year and their 2nd round pick next year.

As for Haden, I think Miami would be a good fit. When healthy, Haden has been one of the better CB in the NFL. In Miami, he would be the no 1 CB, which would allow Maxwell to be the no 2 CB, which would probably suit him better. So, Miami gets Haden, and Cleveland gets Miami's 2016 2nd round pick and 2017 3rd round pick.

Looking forward, Cleveland would then have 12 picks in 2016 (2 1sts, 2 2nds, 1 3rd, 2 4ths, 3 5ths, 1 6th, and 1 7th) and at least 9 in 2017 (1 1st, 2 2nds, 2 3rds, and 1 each rounds 4-7, with an unknown number of comp picks) .

If Cleveland draft right, they might be able to be competitive sooner rather than later.

1.) 15 Mar 2016
14 Mar 2016 23:41:28
I'm constantly thinking and wanting all the great players on the pats so why not
3rd round pick 91, 2nd round pick 2017, 5th round pick 2017 for Haden.

2.) 16 Mar 2016
16 Mar 2016 19:24:53
Clark as much as I would love for the Patriots (my favorite team) to get a great cornerback such as Haden, this isn't what the Patriots do. We don't trade meaningful picks such as 2nds and 3rds for players.

Look at the Moss trade for example. We got Moss and the best they got was a 4th rounder. I mean I'm all for getting a top notch cornerback to go on the other side of Butler but I don't think we give that much for him.