Yeah, that was a much better deal for the Browns than I feared they were looking at. Peppers is an interesting player, but don’t ask him to cover anyone remotely deep. My guess is the 1st & 3rd are the primary interests for the Giants and they have some optimism to get more out of Peppers, but I would have thought they’d get more than that for Beckham when one considers the cap hit after this season is “only” $15 million/year.
edit - of note, Breshad Perriman signed a “show me” deal with the Browns for $4 million just before the trade went through, and now wants out of it. I can’t blame him, because he won’t get that many targets, now.