According to Aaron Wilson, the Browns had “preliminary” trade discussions with the Cowboys regarding RB Terrance West, but could not reach a deal with the team.
Wilson mentions that the Cowboys felt that the Browns were asking “too much” for West’s services.
With the excess of young talent the Browns have at running back, it is not surprising to see West hopping onto the trade block. At this point in time, West appears to be behind Isaiah Crowell and rookie Duke Johnson on the depth chart.
West, 24, played in 14 games for the Browns last season and started six total games during that span. Last season, he accumulated 673 rushing yards for four touchdowns, with 11 receptions for one touchdown.
Pro Football Focus rated West as the No. 41 overall running back out of 57 possible qualifiers from 2014.
We will provide more information regarding the Browns possible trade of West as the news becomes available.