NFL trade rumors: Browns open to trade Josh Gordon, Jordan Cameron

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The Browns are expected to be active as the NFL approaches the trade deadline.

The Browns may be very busy leading up to Tuesday's trade deadline. Cleveland is expected to field offers for wide receivers Greg Little and Josh Gordon along with tight end Jordan Cameronaccording to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora. The Browns are looking to add draft picks as they rebuild their current 3-4 team. Cleveland has already acquired a first-round pick for former third-overall pick Trent Richardson.

Cameron and Gordon are talented and are likely to be valued very highly by the Browns. Per La Canfora, it is expected to cost teams high picks to acquire either player. The Browns have been shopping the bottom of their roster along with the three previously mentioned pass catchers, and have been among the most active teams leading up to the deadline, according to La Canfora.

There are plenty of teams in the league that could use an upgrade at tight end and wide receiver, so the Browns may fetch large offers for their young talent.

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