On the clock without a player of perceived value in mind and a desire to add draft picks, the Cleveland Browns traded their sixth-overall selection to the Atlanta Falcons.
In return, Tom Heckert and Mike Holmgren received Atlanta’s first-round selection (27th overall), their second- and fourth-round picks in 2011 and their first-round selection in 2012. The Browns could conceivably move back up in the first-round given their bevy of 2011 picks; either way, this move undoubtedly signals big-picture thinking from the Browns front office.
Update: Worth mentioning that if we go by the trade value chart, the Falcons would have to finish with the best record in the NFL for the trade to break even. Anything less is tilted in the Browns favor.