Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Trubisky is still on Cleveland's radar with the first overall pick, and the team is "more apt" to keep picks No. 1 and 12 instead of trying to make a trade on Day 1 of the draft.
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Schefter previously reported April 11 the Browns had "split opinions," as some people in the organization preferred Trubisky and others preferred Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett.
On Wednesday, Schefter noted he wouldn't be surprised if Garrett was the top pick, but Trubisky is still squarely in the mix to be taken No. 1 overall.
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