Will the Browns benefit from the Marcus Peters trade?

Report: Chiefs Sending Pro Bowl CB Marcus Peters To Rams In Trade

The #Chiefs will receive a package of draft picks from the #Rams in exchange for CB Marcus Peters.

If the proposed deal between the Chiefs and Rams that will lead to cornerback Marcus Peters playing in Los Angeles next season should fall apart before it can become official on March 14, the Chiefs may still be able to send Peters to the NFC West.

Look at it this way: In 2017, the Chiefs' top corners were Peters (elite), Mitchell (tons of questions) and Nelson (solid).

Peters made the All-Pro team in 2016 and won National Football League defensive rookie of the year in 2015. But he also carries significant character concerns, beginning with getting thrown off his college team at Washington after a run-in with his coaches. He's been involved in shouting matches with assistant coaches on the sideline, weird and sometimes divisive locker room antics, and was even suspended for a game last season after tossing an officials' penalty flag into the stands.

Only time will tell if a fresh start in the City of Angels will work out for Peters and the Rams.

Now, Peters goes to an LA team where he will play under defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.

However, perhaps Ballard (who's highly regarded for his defensive back evaluation) didn't want to surrender the draft compensation and was more comfortable drafting a potential shutdown cornerback early on in this year's NFL Draft.

The 25-year-old will cost $1.74 million toward the salary cap this season, which is almost one-tenth of Johnson's cap hit last year. Additionally, this pick could also be flipped for more selections in the draft if the opportunity presents itself. The Rams don't have their second-round pick, which was traded away in the Jared Goff sweepstakes.

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