2020 NFL Draft

Browns move up in 4th-round after trade with Denver

The Browns moved up on Day 3 of the 2017 NFL Draft, selecting Houston cornerback Howard Wilson in the fourth round at No. 126.

To do so, Cleveland traded with Denver, exchanging fifth-round picks Nos. 145 and 175 for No. 126 and 252, the second-to-last selection in the draft.

This marks the third time the Browns have engineered a trade in this year's draft. They traded the 12th overall pick to Houston for No. 25 and a 2018 first-rounder and also moved up to No. 29, giving the Packers the No. 33 pick and a fourth-rounder (108).

Cleveland, which currently owns four more picks (181, 185, 188 and 252), has added six players to its roster thus far, including three first-round picks in defensive end Myles Garrett, safety Jabrill Peppers and tight end David Njoku.

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