The Browns swapped a handful of draft picks with the New England Patriots to move back into Friday's third round.
The Browns gave up a fourth-round pick (No. 111), fifth-round pick (No. 147) and sixth-round pick (No. 202) in exchange for a third-round pick (No. 96) and a seventh-round pick (No. 219). Cleveland used the third-round pick on Washington State defensive tackle Xavier Cooper.
The trade was the Browns' second of Day 2, as they made an earlier deal with the Houston Texans that moved them back eight spots in the second round.
Cleveland used five picks through the first three rounds of the draft, landing DL Danny Shelton, OL Cameron Erving, LB Nate Orchard, RB Duke Johnson and Cooper. Cleveland has five remaining with two in the fourth round (115 and 116), two in the sixth round (189 and 195) and one in the seventh (219).