​​Morgan Burnett wanted out of Pittsburgh for very valid reasons, considering the Steelers locker room drama was too much for stars Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell to handle. That's not necessarily on any one player individually, but Burnett understandably wants a fresh start.


​After his release by Pittsburgh, NFL insider Jeremy Fowler believes the Cleveland Browns will be interested in the veteran's services, citing their previous involvement in his free agency after Burnett was cut by the Packers just last offseason.

The Browns desperately need a safety, especially after trading away Jabrill Peppers in the OBJ deal with the New York Giants. While John Dorsey and Co. have been in on the likes of Earl Thomas and even Eric Berry, a reliable veteran like Burnett could be more up their alley.

Burnett will officially hit free agency on April 1, and it's no April Fool's joke. Expect Cleveland, yes those Browns, to be in the market to upset their rivals in Pittsburgh.