In one trade, the Green Bay Packers made two intentions clear: Brett Hundley won't be handed the backup quarterback job again, and they're serious about overhauling their defense. That means the Packers will pick atop both of those rounds after the Browns went 0-16 last season.
NFL Media's Ian Rapoport says the Browns traded Kizer to Green Bay as part of the trade involving cornerback Demetrious Randall.
Kizer had 11 touchdowns. Kizer himself retained the starting job in Cleveland for all but one game as a rookie past year, tossing a league-leading 22 interceptions and completing only 54 percent of his passes. He vowed to improve and come back a better player and person.
The Notre Dame product had a rough rookie season, as he found himself in and out of the lineup in what would be just the second 0-16 season in National Football League history. As for Randall, the first-round pick out of Arizona State has been a playmaker since entering the league and has 10 interceptions in three seasons.
But he also sat out the final two games with a mysterious knee injury that led some to wonder if he could have played through the injury.
The good thing about Randall though is he doesn't handcuff the team to one position. Kizer had an NFL-high 22 interceptions as well as nine fumbles (six lost) in his first season. This may mean Brett Hundley's time in Green Bay will soon be coming to a close.