BEREA, OHIO-- The Browns traded quite often admit the 2016 NFL Draft, but for the first time, it appears as though they traded to acquire a player and a pick, as opposed to just more selections.
Cleveland confirmed that the team traded for Miami Dolphins CB Jamar Taylor and the No. 250 selection in the 2016 draft exchange for the No. 223 pick in the seventh round.
Taylor, 25, was originally drafted in the 2nd round (54th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins out of Boise State.
Amidst his three seasons with the Dolphins, Taylor accumulated 69 tackles in 33 games, including 35 tackles in 12 games in 2015.
He has yet to catch an interception and has only one fumble recovery for 31 yards in his three years.
Taylor was the second cornerback the Browns acquired on Saturday, as the team drafted CB Trey Caldwell out of Louisiana-Monroe with the No. 173 overall selection in the 5th round.
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