The Cleveland Browns own the 10th overall pick in the NFL Draft this week, but they may not end up using it.

According to Peter King of NBC Sports, the Browns have been “actively trying to trade down” in order to accumulate more picks.

King mentions a possibility where the Miami Dolphins could trade up from No. 18 due to the Dolphins' major need at offensive tackle. Given the amount of assets Miami has, it certainly seems like a potential match.

The Dolphins own a hefty three first-round picks and six selections inside the top 70 overall. Plus, Miami possesses a couple of first-rounders and a pair of second-rounders in 2021.

So, if anyone can afford to trade up to Cleveland's pick at No. 10, it's the Dolphins.

If the Browns ultimately hold on to their selection, King has them taking University of Alabama tackle Jedrick Wills, who is widely regarded as one of the top offensive linemen in this draft class.

Cleveland is coming off of an incredibly disappointing 2019 campaign in which it won just six games and missed the playoffs in spite of entering the season with Super Bowl aspirations.

The lofty expectations came after the Browns acquired wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., running back Kareem Hunt and numerous other key pieces last offseason.

However, it was evident early on that Cleveland was having difficulty meshing, and after the season concluded, the Browns fired both head coach Freddie Kitchens and general manager John Dorsey.

Kitchens and Dorsey were replaced by Kevin Stefanski and Andrew Berry, respectively.