What's next for the Buffalo Bills? (7 questions following Tyrod Taylor trade)

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The Browns agreed to trade a third-round pick in exchange for Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor on Friday, according to reports, reshaping the quarterback market for the offseason. Perhaps a second round pick this year and next year could get the job done. Moreover, GM John Dorsey isn't messing around. They could also target a QB in the draft or look for a veteran in free agency.

Joe Thomas has yet to decide if he's coming back for the 2018 season in Cleveland, but the Browns All-Pro left tackle might have new incentive to come back.

The Dolphins used their franchise tag on Landry last month, and he signed the one-year contract worth $15.982 million guaranteed on Thursday, paving the path for a trade.

The Seattle Seahawks cut ties Friday with star cornerback Richard Sherman, who became one of the NFL's premier cornerbacks during his seven seasons. But the biggest reason for his release was financial.

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TAMPA, Fla. - Tampa Bay's Mike Evans has agreed to a five-year, $82.5 million contract extension that makes him the second-highest paid National Football League receiver. The trade won't be announced until Wednesday. They can now draft, develop and be patient with a quarterback whose talent gives him a chance to be the answer here for a long time.

Needless to say, the Browns should win a game this season.

The 24-year-old has topped 1,000 yards in each of his four pro seasons.

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