Published: Wed, March 13, 2019
Sports | By Johanna Francis

National Football League trade rumors: Browns RB Duke Johnson on 3 teams' radar

National Football League trade rumors: Browns RB Duke Johnson on 3 teams' radar

Collins joined the Browns via trade during the 2016 season.

Sources told CBS Sports Wednesday that the Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders were the teams "most connected" to a possible Beckham trade.

It's rare that the New England Patriots are wrong about a player when they let them go.

The contract contained $26.4 million in guaranteed money, but nearly all of that was paid out during the first two years so the Browns will carry only $2.5 million in dead money on their books in 2019 rather than Collins' $11.75 million cap hit.

The Patriots discussed trading for Collins internally at the trade deadline a year ago, so if they did then what would be different a few months later? However, the 6-foot-3, 250-pounder wasn't consistent and drew criticism from fans last season for not hustling. "These types of decisions are never easy".

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He also has a four-game PED suspension in his background that put him out for the final four games of his rookie season in 2015. The linebacker, who turns 25 in August, suffered a torn ACL in Week 7 but is expected to be fit for the start of the new season.

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Browns general manager John Dorsey met with Collins' agents last week at the National Football League combine to discuss the player's future.

Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reported on Monday that general manager John Dorsey and Cook's agent met over the weekend.

He's entering the second year of his massive five-year, $90 million ($65 guaranteed) deal signed last summer. In 30 games with Cleveland, he totaled 204 tackles and seven sacks, including 104 tackles and four sacks this past season.

The Vikings' Anthony Barr and the Ravens' C.J. Mosley, both four-time Pro Bowlers, are set to hit free agency March 13.

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