For the Cleveland Browns, Baylor Bears DT Phil Taylor was worth giving up their No. 27 and No. 70 picks to the Kansas City Chiefs, who were sitting at No. 21. How'd Cleveland get that No. 27 pick? By dealing with the Atlanta Falcons for Julio Jones earlier in the evening, of course. Busy busy!
The updated draft allotment for the Browns: they now have two second-rounders (No. 37, No. 59), no third, and two fourths (No. 102, No. 124). They also have a fifth, two sixths, and a seventh.
The Chiefs are all mixed up now as well, with a ton of picks on the way. They're still holding picks No. 27, 55, 70, 86, 118, 135, 140, 199, and 223.
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