The Browns and 49ers appeared open to making significant trades before the deadline, but other organizations expressed frustration with negotiations involving those teams.
The Browns are willing to deal just about anyone before the trade deadline on Tuesday.
The NFL has a catching problem on its hands. That and more in this weeks' Sorting the Sunday Pile.
Don't laugh -- the Browns' defense could be good enough to get the team to the postseason for the first time since 2002.
Nate Orchard -- the reigning defensive end of the year in college football -- and No. 12 overall selection Danny Shelton are big reasons why the Browns could be on the verge of big things.
The Jets are now loaded at CB while the Pats will sure miss Darrelle Revis. The Dolphins and Titans also make big splashes with their pass-catching additions.
Ties? The NFL is about winning, whether it's coin flips, games or trades. Here are the winners and losers of all 24 trades made during the 2015 draft.
The Cleveland Browns might be closing the gap but no one filled holes better than Ozzie Newsome and Eric DeCosta, earning the Ravens an "A" on the 2015 NFL Draft test.
Some popular mock draft names (Vic Beasley, Bud Dupree) barely make our NFL evaluator's top 32 in a draft short on high-end first-round grades.
Plenty of trusted NFL talent evaluators express some real trepidation about the top pass rushers in this draft. Even guys like Dante Fowler Jr. and Vic Beasley

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