The NFL Off-season is just getting started, and there have already been a decent amount of moves made around the league. However, new Browns general manager John Dorsey is making an early bid to be NFL Executive of the Year. What a whirlwind of wheeling and dealing his team has done.

Welcome Landry

For the first time in forever, the Cleveland Browns did something wise in Free Agency. Jarvis Landry, a three-time pro bowler is a HUGE land and a great start for Cleveland. The Browns are looking to erase a terrible decade of football as they went 0-16 in 2017 and have been 1-32 since the start of 2016.
Trading for Landry allows the Browns to have a talented receiver core. Landry lands the contract he’s been looking for. The Dolphins compensation from Cleveland for Jarvis Landry is a fourth-round pick (#123 overall this year and a seventh-round pick next year.
This is why Landry is going to be huge for Cleveland:

Landry, a second-round pick in 2014, has averaged 100 catches per season since entering the league. This past season, he led the league in receptions with 112 despite playing on an anemic Dolphins offense. He finished with the 17th-most receiving yards (987), which means he averaged only 8.8 yards per catch. In his career, he’s averaging 10.1 yards per catch.

Landry should fit in alongside Josh Gordon and Corey Coleman. With Landry coming to town — and with Gordon having knocked off the rust in December — the Browns’ offense is certainly more intriguing than it has been in a while.

Taylor returns to the AFC North

Meanwhile, the Browns just added a quarterback with a career interception rate of 1.4. In 2017, Taylor completed 62.6 percent of his passes for 2,799 yards, 14 touchdowns, four picks, and an 89.2 passer rating while also adding 427 yards and four touchdowns on the ground. As the Bills’ starter from 2015-17, he averaged close to 3,000 passing yards, 17 touchdowns, a little more than five interceptions, 525 rushing yards, and nearly five rushing touchdowns per season. He’s the best quarterback Cleveland has had in forever.

Gone are the days when the Browns’ offense looked pathetic. This looks like an offense that can win some actual regular-season football games:

Moving Forward:

In another trade, the Browns moved Deshone Kizer to the Packers for Cornerback Damarious Randall. Cleveland will be making more moves as they still have the second most cap room in the league.

The Browns own the first- and fourth-overall picks in this year’s draft, which means they have the potential to add, say, running back Saquon Barkley, and you can start to see the makings of an offense that can be dangerous. At the very least, it’s an offense that can help the Browns win more than zero games this coming season.