Cleveland parted with one of its 2017 draft picks in a trade last week with the Texans, but it's overall total of 11 didn't change.
And, of course, the team's positioning at the most important part of the draft just keeps getting better.
The Browns parted with a fourth-round compensatory pick (142 overall) in a trade with Houston that netted the Texans' second-round pick in 2018, quarterback Brock Osweiler and a 2017 sixth-round pick.
The Texans' sixth-round pick was originally owned by Chicago -- acquired in a 2015 trade for tight end Khari Lee -- so it comes in at the fourth spot in the sixth round, No. 188 overall.
That's the only change to this year's draft order for the Browns, who own the No. 1 pick, No. 12 pick and five of the first 65. Here's the full rundown, including a look at 2018, which features another four picks in the first two rounds.
Cleveland's 2017 draft picks
12 (From Philadelphia)
2-52 (From Tennessee)
*4th round *
32-175 (From New England)
38-181 (Compensatory pick)
4-188 (From Houston via Chicago)
Looking ahead to 2018
- Browns own all of their picks in rounds 1-7
- Browns own Philadelphia's second-round pick (via 2016 trade for No. 2 pick) and Houston's second-round pick.
- Browns own Carolina's fourth-round pick (Andy Lee trade)
- Browns own Steelers' sixth-round pick (Justin Gilbert trade)