I thought we could finally get back to focusing on a football game today but it doesn't look like that will be the case. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter this morning the Cleveland Browns have WR Greg Little and WR Josh Gordon on the trade block and would love to add RB Ben Tate.

It's hard to say what a "quality" offer for Gordon would be. A second-round pick in last year's supplemental draft was used on him but it looked like he could be a first-round talent. That might be too much to squeeze out of a team though. It could be that the Browns are looking for a second-round pick plus a later-round pick for the promising young receiver. Or they could just be trying to see if someone is eager enough to hand over another too-good-to-be-true trade; otherwise they would just keep him.

With Little being demoted this week the odds of him being shipped away seem greater. He could probably be had for a low-round pick -- a sixth-rounder. Maybe a draft pick would not be included and Cleveland would pick up depth in a player-for-player trade.