Usually, being traded to the Browns isn't much to celebrate.


But don't tell that to Damarious Randall. 


The talented yet inconsistent CB left Green Bay last week on the same day the Browns blew up the NFL with a series of deals that remade the offense entirely, adding Jarvis Landry and Tyrod Taylor to the mix.


And Randall, far from happy to be in Green Bay, especially after being openly questioned this past season, made it very clear exactly how happy he was to depart the frigid suburb.

​​Randall might want to think twice before declaring himself free. The Browns haven't won a single game since 2016, and don't have Aaron Rodgers anywhere near the helm. 


That being said, the Browns have an impressive new ​front office led by John Dorsey and Eliot Wolf (who clearly was in Randall's camp while in Green Bay) and the franchise finally appears ready to move in the right direction. 

​​With a flurry of moves before free agency and more likely to come, the Browns look primed for a solid 2018-19 season. 


Randall must've had some ​serious issues with the Packers to consider himself free on the Browns, but at least Cleveland isn't the same franchise as it was even a month ago.