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Report: J.J. Watt is seriously considering the Cleveland Browns

JJ Watt to Steelers for Smith-Schuster
Could you imagine JJ Watt joining the Cleveland Browns? Playing against his brothers twice a year? That would be something to watch.

J.J. Watt could have a new team by as early as Friday and while many believe Watt would love to land on the Steelers with his brothers, another AFC North team has emerged and is being seriously considered per a report.

Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, is reporting that the Browns have what Watt is looking for.

According to the report, Watt is looking for a chance to win the Super Bowl and money, and the Browns can offer both of those things.

The Browns were pretty relevant this year, and their head coach Kevin Stefanski even won Coach of the Year.

Adding a player like J.J. Watt would be huge for the Browns considering they have Myles Garrett on the other side. Watt is a five time first team All-Pro who will not come cheap, but would the Browns be willing to give him what he was expected to make with the Texans this year if he remained on the team?

The Texans were expected to pay him 17.5 million. The Browns do have the cap space to make that happen, but will they do it? The Browns are 10th in the NFL right now with the most cap space at 21.7 million, but if they could add Watt and his 101 career sacks they could be the team to beat in the AFC North.

It will be something to watch moving forward.

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