The Cleveland Browns have already traded one defensive lineman this off-season, shipping Corey Williams to the Detroit Lions. Could they trade another?
Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer writes that they could and Shaun Rogers could be gone.
Pluto doesn’t name a source for the report, but writes that the Browns’ coaching staff dislikes Rogers’ tendency to freelance, rather than cover the area he is assigned.
And the report says the Browns think they’d be fine with the defensive linemen remaining on the roster, including Ahtyba Rubin, Robaire Smith, Kenyon Coleman, C.J. Mosley and Brian Schaefering.
That doesn’t mean Rogers is definitely on the move. But if the report is to be believed, the Browns are open to it.