3 best moments of the Brock Osweiler era in Houston

Tricia Pearson
March 10, 2017

In doing so, the Browns have also acquired a 2018 second-round draft pick and 2017 sixth-round draft pick from the Texans as Cleveland is now willing to take on Osweiler's enormous salary.

ESPN reported on Wednesday the Dallas Cowboys plan to release quarterback Tony Romo, and that could be very bad for the Tennessee Titans.

Now the Houston Chronicles John McClain is reporting that the Texans did NOT trade Osweiler to get Romo.

Osweiler is due $16 million guaranteed in salary this season.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports that the Browns are expected to move on from Robert Griffin III at quarterback.

DePodesta is going to need some time because the Browns are a mess but he may have their haphazard of a franchise turned around quicker than one may think. If the Browns can somehow keep Terrell Pryor on the team and not let him sign a huge deal to play elsewhere, then the Browns would definitely have a unique look to them this fall. Adding a third second-round pick in 2018 means the Browns will have 10 picks in the first and second rounds in the drafts in 2016, '17 and 18. The Cowboys are desperate to not have to eat the cap hit that goes along with releasing Romo. The NFL does not allow teams to trade for cash, and that's more or less what happened here.

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Cleveland, in addition to Osweiler, acquired a duo of young, talented offensive linemen in center JC Tretter and guard Kevin Zeitler on Thursday. The next domino for them: Make a serious run at Tony Romo or, perhaps, Jimmy Garoppolo. "Draft picks are extremely important to our approach in building a championship caliber football team". In any event, if it helps land the highly regarded Garoppolo, the cost could well have been worth it, especially considering that the Browns entered this offseason with over $100 million salary-cap space.

Cleveland desperately needs a quarterback; however, it's going to be hard to say no to Garrett.

And, upon closer inspection, it's a brilliant move for the Browns.

Ultimately, the only real loser here seems to be Brock Osweiler, who over the past two seasons has gone from Peyton Manning's backup, to the Texans' prized starter, to a quarterback the Browns will either cut, or trade.

And we all don't have to worry about seeing Brock having to trot out the tunnel for Week 1 of the 2017 season.

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