Packers make trade for Kizer

Randall had 10 interceptions in three seasons with the Packers.

Green Bay- The Packers raised some eyebrows Friday by making their biggest move of the offseason. Green Bay traded defensive back Damarious Randall to the Browns in exchange for quarterback DeShone Kizer.

Kizer started 15 games for Cleveland as a rookie last season. He was 0-15, and the team finished 0-16.

Kizer threw 11 touchdowns and 22 interceptions while completing 61% of his passes. He joins Brett Hundley as a back-up to Aaron Rodgers.

Randall, Green Bays first round pick in 2015, led the team with four interceptions in '17. He finishes his Packers career with 144 tackles and 10 INTs.