The Browns now know exactly where all seven of their picks will be in the 2020 NFL Draft.
The NFL unveiled the full order in Rounds 1-7 on Wednesday after distributing 32 compensatory picks late Tuesday. The Browns did not pick up any compensatory picks for a second consecutive year.
Cleveland holds its own picks in the first four rounds and an additional third-rounder from Houston (Duke Johnson trade) but doesn't have any of its fifth-, sixth- or seventh-round selections. The fifth- and sixth-round selections went to Buffalo in the trade for Wyatt Teller and the seventh-rounder went to Tennessee in the Taywan Taylor trade. The Browns own the Cardinals' sixth-round pick (Jamar Taylor) and Green Bay's seventh-rounder after swapping a seventh-rounder they acquired from Buffalo in the 2018 Corey Coleman trade in a deal that sent OL Justin McCray to Cleveland before the start of the 2019 season.
Here's how it breaks down round by round.
97 (via Houston)
187 (via Arizona)
244 (via Green Bay)