Trade Rumors: Browns, Falcons, Vikings



  • Albert Breer says Browns TE David Njoku isn’t necessarily on the trade block, but Cleveland will field calls on him before the deadline.
  • Breer says the emergence of rookie Harrison Bryant has left the Browns with a surplus at tight end, which is why it’s possible Njoku could be on the move.
  • Njoku has reportedly revived his trade demands in recent days.


  • Albert Breer of reports that before the dismissal of Falcons HC Dan Quinn and GM Thomas Dimitroff, Atlanta had considered trading off some of their players including former first-round DE Takk McKinley.
  • However, Breer says that the Falcons’ plans leading up to the trade deadline are now less clear.
  • Breer says the team is giving off the impression that they want to give Raheem Morris a shot with the current group and leave the big decisions up to whoever the next GM and coach end up being.


  • Albert Breer of reports that the Vikings are sellers, but aren’t exactly holding a fire sale right now.
  • Instead, Breer explains that they’ve let teams know they’ll listen on anyone and are open to trading players in contract years.
  • According to Breer, teams have asked also asked about veteran TE Kyle Rudolph.
  • Other names tossed out as potential trade options by Breer include OL Pat Elflein and WR Tajae Sharpe.
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