CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Browns exchanged themselves with the Bills Guard Wyatt Teller just hours before their final against the Lions.
They also received a pick from Buffalo's seventh round of 2021 and gave the fifth and sixth rounds on picks in 2020.
Teller becomes the top candidate for starting at right guard and replaces Eric Kush.
The right-wing sentry was an issue of concern in the pre- and post-season, especially given the election of Austin Corbett in 2018 No. 33 could not win the job.
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"You are not entitled to it," Teller told the Buffalo News, as the bills closed the compulsory minicamp in June. "You never expect anything, you have to earn every piece of pie you want to think," Hey, they put me in for a reason. "But they also brought these guys in for a reason game.
"I mean, yes, I'm young, but I'm starting to understand a little bit that it's easy to be justified and lose the attitude of staying hungry and attacking every day because every day is important trying to find the best five, trying to find consistency, continuity and the like, which five work best together? we have great players out there and it's cool to see how everyone works together and make new faces and a melting pot. "
Die Brown currently owns their own picks in rounds 1 through 4 and round 7 of the 2020 draft.
Cleveland also has Arizonas pick for the sixth round (DB Jamar Taylor trade), Buffalo's pick for the seventh round ( WR Corey Coleman Trade) and a conditional selection from Houston (RB Duke Johnson Jr. Trade).
In the 2021 Draft, which will be held in Cleveland, the Browns hold their own picks in rounds 1 through 7 and the Bill's picks in the seventh round from that trade.
Here is a summary of Brown's current picks in 2020 and 2021 NFL Drafts.
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