Browns' Josh Gordon, Greg Little available in trade, according to report

The Browns are open to making moves in order to build for the future.

The Cleveland Browns are open to trading two of their top three wide receivers, Greg Little and Josh Gordonaccording to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The Browns traded star running back and former third-overall draft pick Trent Richardson to the Colts on Tuesday and that seems to have started a chain reaction in Cleveland. Per Schefter, the Browns are fielding offers for their two young wide receivers and already have a "quality offer" for Gordon. The willingness to deal is likely due to Cleveland's new regime's desire to stockpile draft picks and rebuild.

The 6'3, 225-pound Gordon is coming off a two-game suspension for violating the NFL's drug testing policy and was a second-round supplemental draft pick in 2012. He was impressive when on the field, with 805 receiving yards and five touchdowns as a rookie. Gordon's issues stem from his off-the-field issues that include being suspended indefinitely by Baylor for failing a drug test and testing positive for marijuana.

Little was a second-round pick in 2011 and has compiled 122 catches for 1,415 receiving yards and six touchdowns in three seasons.

Both players are expected to play in the Browns' Week 3 matchup against the Vikings in Minnesota.

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