If you somehow missed it, the Browns traded for Tyrod Taylor and Jarvis Landry on Friday, and that wasn't even everything they did. Field Yates of ESPN tweeted on Saturday that the Pats have acquired defensive tackle Danny Shelton and a 2018 fifth-round pick from the Browns in exchange for their 2019 third-round pick.
Chalk up another deal for new Browns general manager John Dorsey, who has been amazingly active since Friday.
The massive 343-pound defensvie tackle never really panned out in his three seasons with the Browns.
In 53 career games with the Huskies, Shelton made 111 unassisted tackles and helped on 97 others for a total of 208 stops from the interior of the defensive line. The Patriots now must decide whether or not to pick up Shelton's fifth-year option for the 2019 season over the course of the next few weeks and odds are good that they will.
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Shelton, a three-year National Football League veteran, has one year remaining on his rookie deal. In 2018, Shelton will be making just over $2 million.
With the Patriots deciding to move on from Alan Branch, and Ricky Jean Francois also announcing he was heading elsewhere, the team was a bit thin up front. Shelton was a former first-round pick of the Browns and is coming off a strong season on a bad Browns team. Additionally, Shelton has started in all but two of the games in which he has appeared. And New England's defense was gashed for 164 yards on the ground in the Super Bowl LII loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Shelton joins a defensive tackle group led by fellow 2015 first-round pick Malcolm Brown, along with fellow tackles Lawrence Guy and Vincent Valentine.