The Dallas Cowboys have three first-round picks and the Cleveland Browns have two, so there’s no reason to think that the Browns will trade them for a player that they would take in the first round.

The team has also taken a long-term contract with safety Eric Weddle that will keep him in Dallas until 2021.

Weddles salary would increase to $1.3 million per year, which is what the Browns paid Weddley to get him out of New Orleans.

The Giants and Minnesota Vikings are in a similar situation with the two teams trading first- and second-round draft picks for the No. 2 pick.

Both the Giants and Vikings are rebuilding their rosters, so it is unlikely they would have any picks in the top 10 or even in the early 20s.

The Browns are in the middle of a rebuilding process and will likely be forced to move one of their first-rounder picks if they want to address a need.

They have been rumored to be shopping former No. 1 overall pick Josh Gordon, who has yet to sign his contract.

The Bengals have been linked to wide receiver Marvin Jones and safety Harrison Smith, but neither is a long term answer.

They also have to decide if the No, 1 and 2 overall picks are worth adding to their roster.

A new quarterback may be needed, so the Browns might consider trading up to get a player who could be a long shot to make the team.

The Dolphins and Jets are in similar situations with a new quarterback and no top-tier pick.

The Dolphins were the No

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