The Browns have kicked off free agency with a trade, as the team has agreed to send DT Corey Williams to the Lions for a late round draft choice in the 2010 NFL Draft. Williams fell out of favor with the Browns last season, this after they had worked hard two years ago to acquire him from the Green Bay Packers.
Williams is scheduled to take a physical on Friday to finalize the Browns and Lions trade. Detroit is expected to be very active in free agency, as reports say they will also go after Titans defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch, who once played for coach Jim Schwartz.
The move for the Browns means they will now have 12 picks in the April draft. Sources say though they have been very active in discussions with other teams regarding potential trades and free agency signings. They are on the lookout for a QB, and reports say that even Shaun Rogers is up for a deal if a team wants him.