The Facts: After signing Kareem Hunt on Feb. 11, GM John Dorsey put it out there in a press conference that it doesn't make Johnson expendable "yet.' That perked up the ears of the some teams in the NFL, who would love to get their hands on the versatile pass-catching back. At least three NFL teams are currently believed to be interested in trading for Johnson, but more will likely surface if they believe the Browns are serious about it.
Diehards Line: According to Plain Dealer staffer Mary Kay Cabot notes, the Browns are in no rush to deal Johnson in part because they don't know yet how many games Hunt will be suspended by the NFL for the incident with the woman in the hallway of his downtown apartment and in part because he has a cash payout of only $2.3 million in 2019, including bonuses of $25,000 per game. But if the right offer comes along for Johnson, they'll move him. ... We'll be watching for more.