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After selecting Senior Bowl MVP Perrion Winfrey to the interior of the team’s defensive line, the Cleveland Browns were back on the clock at pick #118. Instead of making a selection with one of the picks added when the team traded down from the 44th pick, Andrew Berry connected with his former employee, Kwesi Adofo-Mensah, to make a trade.
The Browns gave up pick #118 in exchange for #156 and a fourth-round pick in the 2023 draft.
Cleveland is back on the clock soon with pick #124, the last pick added when they traded down out of the second round and now have a selection in the fifth round, replacing the one traded for WR Amari Cooper.
As he did with his first trade in the draft, Berry came out on the positive side of this trade based on multiple trade chart references:
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Each of the two trade charts say the Browns came out on top in the trade by a margin of a sixth-round pick.
As it stands, Berry has one pick left in the fourth (124), one in the fifth (156), one in the sixth (202) and two in the seventh (223, 246).