With media reports stating that Arizona Cardinals All-Pro cornerback, Patrick Peterson has demanded a trade, could the Cleveland Browns be a target?
Cleveland, coming off of a heart-wrenching 26-23 overtime loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, could be in the market for some like Peterson.
While the Browns already have breakout rookie cornerback Denzel Ward on one side, trading for someone like Peterson would give Cleveland one of the best DB tandems in the entire NFL.
At 1-6, and demanding to be out in Arizona, other teams that could use the 29-year-old former LSU standout’s services include Green Bay, Philadelphia and New England.
Obviously, Cleveland–at 2-4-1–is not entirely out of wildcard contention, but adding someone of Peterson’s caliber is worth a look.
With a reputation for being fearless and not afraid to make a move, Browns general manager, John Dorsey has already turned over about 47 percent of the current roster through a combination of free agent moves, trades and the recent NFL Draft.
Don’t be shocked if the Browns are players and movers at the upcoming trade line coming up on Oct. 30