The Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers have agreed to the following trade:
2019 seventh-round pick
OL Shon Coleman
Coleman started all 16 games last season at right tackle. After the offseason signing of Chris Hubbard, Coleman shifted to the left side, where he competed with a handful of others to replace future Hall of Famer Joe Thomas. After a week of camp, Coleman dropped down to the second-team offense and eventually shifted back to right tackle.
The former Auburn star was a third-round selection in the 2016 NFL Draft. He appeared in 23 games over two seasons with the Browns.
In addition to the 49ers' seventh-rounder, the Browns own all of their selections in rounds 1-7 of the 2019 NFL Draft, a third-round pick from New England (DL Danny Shelton trade) and a conditional seventh-round pick from Jacksonville (QB Cody Kessler trade). The team also holds a 2020 sixth-round pick from Arizona (DB Jamar Taylor trade) and a 2020 seventh-rounder from Buffalo (WR Corey Coleman trade).