The Browns squired Star WR Jarvis Landry from the Miami Dolphins Friday afternoon, and they weren’t done. Trading their picks like Pokemon cards, Cleveland soon after traded for Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor.
When the trade becomes official next week, the Browns will send the 65th overall pick in return.
Despite a seemingly lackluster career as a Bill, Taylor still has the lowest interception ratio of any QB in NFL history, and will now have Landry and Josh Gordon catching his passes.
Taylor desparture in Buffalo doesn’t come as a surprise, having been benched earlier this season in favor of QB Nathan Peterman, and were set to pay him a $6 million roster bonus at the start of the new league year.