According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, the Dolphins have traded three-time Pro Bowl WR Jarvis Landry to the Browns for a pair of draft picks:

Adam Schefter added that neither draft pick was a first or second-rounder:

Additionally, Cleveland is also trying to work a new contract for Landry, which is expected to eventually get done. According to ESPN, at least five teams expressed interest in acquiring Landry, including the Ravens and Bears.

The 25-year-old Landry led the NFL in receptions last season with 112. Though his average years per catch wasn't great, he still finished with 987 yards and nine touchdowns. His season was good enough to get him into the Pro Bowl for the third straight year, and he has racked up exactly 400 catches since his pro debut in 2014.

The news was enough to excite current All-Pro Browns wideout Josh Gordon:

And also all these people:

Almost consensus: Make your Browns jokes while you can.