- Schefter admits that he does’t know who this team is.
As for WR Greg Little, Schefter reports that there is “not as much interest in [him],” but he can be had for “the right price.”
Basically, just about anyone in Cleveland is available if a team is willing to trade the proper compensation, writes Schefter.
On Wednesday, Gordon told reporters that HC Rob Chudzinski informed him that they have no intention of trading him.
“[Chudzinski] texted me the other day talking about it and just reassuring me there were no trade offers or anything like that,” Gordon said, via Akron Beacon-Journal. “The fact that [Chudzinski] said there wasn’t [a plan to trade me], it makes me feel a little more comfortable.”
While the team may not have plans in the works to trade Gordon, it’s hard to say that they wouldn’t part with him for the right offer. I’m sure they would have kept RB Trent Richardson if they felt the offers were getting for him were too low. The trade deadline is October 29, and it’s already shaping up to be infinitely more interesting than the past few.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that “at least one team has made a quality offer for Gordon” and added that the Browns are “willing to deal again.“
A head coach isn’t going to come out and say that they’re in the process of trying of fielding offers for a player. If the right deal comes around, there’s no question Cleveland would most likely consider parting with their young receiver.
Earlier, we posted a list of Speculative Trade Options for Josh Gordon.
- Schefter adds that at least on team has made a “quality offer” for Gordon.
This comes just a few days after the Browns traded away their 2012 first-round pick RB Trent Richardson.
Gordan just returned to the team following a suspension and the fact that another incident could lead to a full year suspension can’t help his overall trade value that much. Little has been a pretty big disappointment since entering the league, so it’s doubtful that Cleveland would be able to secure very much in return for either player.
Interest could pick up for both players as we get closer to the trade deadline in October.
The Browns appear to be in full-fledged rebuilding mode, despite the fact that it’s only Week 3 of the NFL season.