Browns trade 2015 1st round pick Cameron Erving to Chiefs

The Cleveland Browns have made their offensive and defensive lines a priority in 2017, opting to rebuild from the inside-out in order to put a woeful 1-15 season behind them. Cameron Erving, the No. 19 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft, was not part of those plans.

Cleveland traded Erving to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for a Cheap MLB Baseball Jerseys fifth-round pick in the 2018 NFL draft. It was another bold preseason move from the franchise; on Wednesday, the Browns released another former first-round pick when they cut former Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden.

What does this mean for the Browns?: Executive VP Sashi Brown is committed to the team’s rebuild, jettisoning players who don’t fit regardless of the cost incurred to acquire them. Erving was a relic of a prior regime, a first-round pick who struggled to fit in and had to be shuffled across Cleveland’s offensive line to find his niche. Despite the team’s best efforts, he started only 17 games in his two seasons with the club.

Elliott also challenged Dak Prescott, Dez Bryant, and Terrance Williams to make a significant contribution to the Salvation Army. His ties to the Salvation Army go back to when he jumped in one of their kettles after scoring a touchdown last December. It led to a spike in donations for the organization.

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J.J. Watt also started a fundraising campaign to help with recovery efforts, which quickly eclipsed its $500,000 goal. The bar has since been raised to $1 million.

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