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August 8, 2019

 

The Cleveland Browns have agreed to send disgruntled RB Duke Johnson Jr. to Houston for a 4th Round pick in 2020 that could become a 3rd-Rounder.

Cleveland drafted Johnson in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft, evolving into a productive weapon out of the Browns backfield, especially as a receiving threat. The Duke racked up 2,170 yards on 235 receptions during his time in Cleveland, rushing for 1,286 yards and scoring 13 total touchdowns.

 

Johnson had expressed a desire to be traded due to a perceived limited offensive role with the team along with the addition of Pro Bowler Kareem Hunt in the offseason. A hamstring injury has kept the 25-year-old sidelined for the majority of training camp this season but has proven to be a versatile threat out of the backfield.

 

 

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