Brock Osweiler Traded to the Browns

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Mar/09/2017

The Cleveland Browns may have gotten a little better, a little bit worse, or nothing much has changed depending on what you think of quarterback Brock Osweiler and whether he will actually stay put in Cleveland.

The Houston Texans signed Osweiler to a massive deal last year and now he’s been traded to the Browns.

Osweiler is coming off a season in which he threw more interceptions than touchdowns.

The Browns were at the bottom of the barrel among league teams with 300-1 odds of winning Super Bowl 52. 

The Browns also get a 2018 second round pick as part of the deal along with exchanging a 4th round 2017 draft pick for a 6th round pick.  Cleveland also get Osweiler’s enormous $16 million salary.

There is speculation Cleveland may deal for the Patriots Jimmy Garoppolo in exchange for Osweiler.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

Football News News

Pay Per Head Bookie Outsourcing in Mobile County Alabama

Pay Per Head Bookie Outsourcing in Mobile County Alabama

It is easy to find a Pay Per Head bookie outsourcing company willing to support Mobile County in Southern Alabama

Bet the Detroit Lions: Latest Futures Odds, To Win

Bet the Detroit Lions: Latest Futures Odds, To Win

You can find Detroit Lions futures heading into the new season with some updated throughout

NFL Teams That Got Better During the Off Season: Browns, Bucs

NFL Teams That Got Better During the Off Season: Browns, Bucs

ESPN.com featured a piece Wednesday on the NFL teams that managed to improve greatly during the off season. 

NFL Teams That Got Worse During the Off Season: Redskins, Cardinals

NFL Teams That Got Worse During the Off Season: Redskins, Cardinals

ESPN.com featured a piece Wednesday on the NFL teams that actually managed to take a step backwards during the off season.

Alabama Sports Betting Sites for College Football

Alabama Sports Betting Sites for College Football

There are dozens of online sports betting websites that accept College Football gamblers from the great state of Alabama. 

Syndicate