Browns Trade Pitch Reunites Deshaun Watson With Proven $40 Million Deep Threat🚨

The Cleveland Browns secured their last top-flight wide receiver via a trade with the Dallas Cowboys, and GM Andrew Berry could make it two-for-two in his dealings with ostentatious owner Jerry Jones.


Deshaun Watson recently took to the airwaves to recruit pending free agent wideout Tee Higgins of the AFC North Division rival Cincinnati Bengals. While that move has a small chance of success and might hinge on the QB agreeing to a pay cut, a trade to help the Cowboys clear some cash off of their books sounds more feasible.


Bleacher Report’s NFL Scouting Department compiled an offseason trade guide for both Cleveland and Dallas on Monday, January 29, in which it noted wide receiver Brandin Cooks as perhaps the Cowboys’ top trade asset as well as one of the Browns’ top trade targets. As a bonus, that deal would reunite Watson and Cooks, who spent a highly productive year playing together as members of the Houston Texans in 2020.



[The Cowboys] would save $4 million against the cap by trading away the veteran, and they paid a minimal draft cost for him last offseason anyway.


Some of Cooks’ best work in Houston came in 2020 when he had Deshaun Watson throwing him the football. Now the Browns are desperate to make sure that Watson proves to be worthy of the trade package and compensation they gave up for him. If reuniting the two would do the trick, it has to be a consideration.


BR’s pitch flips Cooks to the Browns in return for two fifth-round picks in 2024 (No. 134 overall)

and 2025.


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