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Takeaways from Cleveland Browns GM Andrew Berry on trade scenarios, needs

General Manager Andrew Berry is prepared to keep beat writers who cover the Browns waiting, if it makes sense for the franchise.

Armed with the 26th overall selection in the NFL Draft, Berry wouldn’t rule out trading up from the spot late in the first round, standing pat and picking, moving down or even trading out of the opening round altogether.

The draft will begin at 8 p.m. Thursday and run through Saturday. If the Browns were to move down and out of the first round, they wouldn’t pick until the second round on Friday.

“I’m going to guess a quiet Thursday night would not be popular amongst this audience [of beat writers],” Berry said with a smile on Zoom.

These takeaways from Berry’s pre-draft news conference begin with trade scenarios.

Browns General Manager Andrew Berry left all options open for the Browns as they prepare for the NFL Draft.  [Jeff Lange/Beacon Journal file]

1. The Cleveland Browns are open for business in first round

Flexibility is the key word for Berry at No. 26 overall.

“I think the positioning in this draft allows us to be very flexible, whether that’s moving up, down or sitting and picking,” he said. “Largely that will be dictated by how the board falls ahead of us, but I think we have a lot of flexibility.

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