Brown, who ran away from Duke Johnson, reported today in training camp that he was dissatisfied with his contract and wanted to be traded. Johnson's coach does not seem to be anxious to trade with him.
Brown coach Freddie Kitchens said today that he believes there are plenty of balls on offense Kareem Hunt as he arrives in the middle of the season.
"We are not pricing good players," said Kitchens about Albert Breer of 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 with Johnson's agent Drew Rosenhaus. It is possible that a team will appear who wants to trade for Johnson, possibly giving him a new contract according to Rosenhaus's wishes. However, the Browns are operating for the time being as if they expect Johnson to pay in Cleveland this year.