1. Cleveland Browns
It works on so many levels. First off, few teams possess the draft-pick ammo that the Browns do, and new GM John Dorsey never has been afraid to make controversial and risky moves. The team sent a message with a slew of deals before the start of free agency to let everyone know they're not messing around, and trading for Beckham would be more than just the icing on the cake — it would be the lady jumping out of the cake slathered in icing. Or something like that.
Beckham is tight with Jarvis Landry, back to their LSU days together, and the Giants receiver made a plea on Twitter for his current team to swing a deal for his boy on the trade deadline last season: "AYYYYYYEEEE OVER HERE OVER HERE !!! Gimme my brother back," he wrote.
Granted, trying to pay both of them would be ... interesting. But with Tyrod Taylor's contract expiring after this year, a rookie QB salary on the books the next three-plus years and ample cap space for the foreseeable future, it wouldn't be the wildest thing ever, financially speaking. In 2018 dollars, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are spending more than $35 million on their wide receivers — nearly 22 percent of their salary cap.
Let's assume the Browns ship Corey Coleman and assets to the Giants in such a deal. Lord only can imagine what a Beckham-Landry-Josh Gordon trio would do on the field (and more brain explosion for imagining what might happen off it with those guys). It's absurd and wonderful at the same time. Which is why we fully endorse the idea.