2. Eric Kush, G
This trade acquisition would not be that exciting as Eric Kush is not a well-known name for NFL fans and is not going to be a massive difference-maker on the offensive line. However, he is someone who could compete for the starting job and at the very least could be a cheap depth option.
Kush has bounced around the league and has never really secured a starting job but has started in stints for various teams and was not bad in those stints. He has started a combined 14 games the last two seasons for the Browns and Bears and held his own while he was out there.
What makes Kush and interesting pick up is that the Los Angeles Rams could acquire him without trading away any draft picks. The Browns need a back-up running back to Nick Chubb in the backfield and the Rams have a goldmine of running backs that the team is not even using.
With Darrell Henderson still in the wings, the Rams can afford to trade John Kelly, who was a standout in preseason several years ago and had some really promising college tape but never got his shot with the Rams and likely will remain as a practice squad member.
The Browns would be trading a backup guard, whose contract expires after this season anyway, for a backup running back with good tape that could be a good secondary back for the team. The Rams get an experienced lineman that at least knows what it takes to be successful in the NFL for someone who was not going to contribute anyway.