Broncos agree to trade Andy Janovich to Browns

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The Broncos and Browns have agreed to make a trade when the new league year gets underway on Wednesday.

Mike Klis of KUSA reports that the Broncos will send fullback Andy Janovich to the Browns. They’ll get a 2021 seventh-round pick in return.

Janovich spent the last four years in Denver and played a role on offense in all of them, but new offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur’s system doesn’t have a role for a traditional fullback.

Janovich carried the ball 13 times for 51 yards and three touchdowns in Denver. He also caught 22 passes for 233 yards and a touchdown.


5 responses to “Broncos agree to trade Andy Janovich to Browns

  1. Sad to see Jano go. He is a beast who never really got utilized beyond laying out linebackers. Wishing the best for you in the Pain Factory

  2. Damn it….makes sense with Shurmur’s offense but I hate to see Jano leave. He was a leader in the locker room and community.

  3. Last time this happened Payton Hillis ended up one of the top backs in the league and all the Broncos got back in return was their coach getting fired.

  4. As a longtime Browns fan, I just had a year go down the right side of my face for having a fullback in my team, then I had a year go down the left side of my face for all the years of the browns tried to implement the H-back blocker down our throats. God bless and wash your hands.

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