Murray is expected back Week 7 against Jacksonville, but figures to share the load with DeAndre Washington and Jalen Richard. As long as there are three guys splitting time, this is a backfield to avoid if you can until one can earn the majority of the work.
The former Ohio State QB is enjoying a breakout campaign in 2016 and is on pace for over 1,000 yards receiving. Since the Browns are known for drafting horribly, it makes sense they would want to lock up one of the few picks they got right in recent memory. It speaks to his athletic ability, the fact he is able to put up these numbers with the likes of Cody Kessler pulling the trigger at QB.