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Like the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cleveland Browns also reportedly offered a first-round draft pick for quarterback Sam Bradford.

By SI Wire
March 17, 2015

The Cleveland Browns offered a first-round draft pick for former Rams quarterback Sam Bradford, reports NFL Network's Charley Casserly. St. Louis traded Bradford to the Philadelphia Eagles earlier this month.

Last week, Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said Philadelphia was also offered a first-round draft pick for Bradford.

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Casserly said it was unclear whether the Rams or Eagles received an offer from the Browns.

Bradford, 27, has played four seasons in the NFL, all with the Rams. He missed 2014 after tearing an ACL in a preseason game last August. The same injury also limited him to seven games in 2013 with the Rams.

Over 49 games since 2010, Bradford has completed 58.6 percent of his passes for 11,065 yards, 59 touchdowns and 38 interceptions.

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The Browns' quarterback group remains unsettled, as Brian Hoyer left for the Houston Texans this offseason and Johnny Manziel has been in rehab for an undisclosed issue.

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