John Dorsey leaves everyone wondering what he and Dave Gettleman discussed

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Browns General Manager John Dorsey admits having coffee with his Giants’ counterpart, Dave Gettleman, but he won’t say what they discussed.

Could they have had discussions about Odell Beckham? About a swap of draft choices?

“Actually I had coffee with Dave this morning, but we really didn’t bring [a swap of draft choices] up,” Dorsey said, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “Just talked. Asked how our summers were. How was your fall offseason?”

Dorsey was asked whether the Browns would investigate a trade for Beckham, who the Giants appear to be open to moving at the right price. The Browns already have Jarvis Landry, Corey Coleman and Josh Gordon at the position, but Cabot said “a trade for Beckham makes sense for many reasons for the Browns.”

Dorsey wasn’t giving anything away, though.

“Unfortunately I’ll say this again. He’s with another team, so I really can’t say anything about him. I can’t do it,” Dorsey said.

25 responses to “John Dorsey leaves everyone wondering what he and Dave Gettleman discussed

  1. Sure. sounds like the Clinton / Lynch meeting on the tarmac where they only discussed “grandchildren” for an entire 45 minutes

  2. I can’t see them trading for OB. Use those draft picks to build up that roster. The Browns should come away with this draft as a much better team, dare I say a playoff team in the near future?

  3. As a Steeler fan, I am hoping Dorsey will rebuild the Browns, and seems enroute to getting it done. This trade, if it happens, will destroy all efforts.

  4. Wasn’t it the Browns who knocked this punk out last year during preseason??? We don’t need this cancer in the locker room.

  5. OBJ and “Flash” Gordon together –imagine the talent,but also imagine the problems, fake injuries and overall pain in the a## these guys would be. One is enough.

  6. jimmysee says:
    March 26, 2018 at 3:54 pm
    Why trade for a problem child? Might be problem child #1 in the NFL these days.
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    Spot on. Way worse than Michael Bennett.

  7. trade coleman, 64th pick, and our 6th rounders this year for obj then select darnold(1), barkley(4), oliver(33), mike mcglinchey/jamarco jones(35) in the draft and you are set to win a lot of games in 2018.

  8. I have been watching pro football for 49 years… OBJ is a decent player, but in no way shape or form is he worth all that people are saying it will take to just trade for him, not counting paying him once you acquire him. In fact, I think that the team that trades for him will regret it by mid-season… just my opinion!

  9. dorsey has to be driving the steelers and ravens front offices nuts.(cincy is already nuts) cleveland now has leader with a clue on how to build a team.

  10. I feel like OBJ going to Cleveland would be like Andre Rison going to Cleveland. More focus on the antics than the drama. Who knows. It’s been a fun offseason so far.

  11. My off season went fine John thanks for asking. Oh by the way, can I have the number for Gordon’s baby sitter.

  12. People talk about OBJ as a problem. All reporters in NY area all comment on how he is a tireless worker, interacts in all meetings, is supportive of teammates, and is also well-liked by his teammates. He’s never been arrested, suspended, etc. Yes, he’s a prima donna (aren’t ALL top-end WRs?), but his talents dwarf any ego-induced headaches.

    I say this as a Giants fan who doesn’t want him to leave.

  13. iccohen says:
    March 28, 2018 at 11:33 am
    People talk about OBJ as a problem. All reporters in NY area all comment on how he is a tireless worker, interacts in all meetings, is supportive of teammates, and is also well-liked by his teammates. He’s never been arrested, suspended, etc. Yes, he’s a prima donna (aren’t ALL top-end WRs?), but his talents dwarf any ego-induced headaches.

    I say this as a Giants fan who doesn’t want him to leave.
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    Say it again for the lackwits in the back.

  14. Dorsey is shrewd. He understands the need to sell tickets and entertain as well as the need to win.

    No better way to drum up interest than bring on a young, controversial player

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