Andre Davis on the block?

ESPN’s Len Pasquarelli is reporting that the Browns and Seahawks have had casual trade conversations about Cleveland receiver Andre Davis. Davis, entering the final year of his rookie contract, is likely slotted as the team’s fourth receiver, behind rookie Braylon Edwards, Antonio Bryant and Dennis Northcutt. The Seahawks need a home run threat after releasing Koren Robinson, so the deal would make sense for both teams on some levels. Still, listening to the words of Trent Dilfer makes you wonder if trading Davis would really be a good idea for the Browns:

“(Davis) can play. Apparently, a lot of people felt like he was just a track-type guy who wasn’t a legitimate (football) player. I’m telling you, he can be a big-time receiver.”

In the same column, Pasquarelli updates Tim Couch’s situation, saying the former #1 pick is still rehabbing from shoulder and elbow surgery in February and that Couch may fit into some team’s plans as a veteran backup. I know I’m in the minority here but I’d like to see Couch get another shot. He’ll never be a star but, as Pasquarelli points out, he’s still only 27, which gives him enough time to turn his career around.

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