Voided trade speaks volumes
Why this is important is two-fold. First, the Browns obviously are content with the running back depth behind Reuben Droughns, who took too much of a pounding last season and certainly could use a breather from time to time. William Green has pretty much established himself as a first-round bust. He has some talent, but he doesn't see holes develop well and is unable to help out in the passing game. He is a third running back, at best.
So why deal Suggs? Because of fifth-round selection Jerome Harrison, whom Cleveland feels is as capable as Suggs and who can't help but be more reliable. Harrison has some big-play skill sets and could complement Droughns well.