In reality, I would expect Miami to keep Tannehill, trade Landry to someone for a player (Landry for Josh Gordon is a real possibility) and stay put at 1-11. I think their smokescreen works and Josh Allen drops to them anyway. Most teams coveting a qb are going to shy away, he's too boom or bust.
I was hoping we would get at least a third round pick for Landry, but at least the Brown's 4th rounder is the first pick of the fourth round, and there also is a 7th rounder next year.
Landry seems excited to be in Cleveland, and both sides expect to sign a long-term deal. The Browns got significantly better today, adding Landry, Taylor, and a starting CB from the Packers. If the Browns draft Barkley, I think they are going to start winning games soon.
As for the Dolphins, they just got worse. Landry was one of the few players who played hard, and he was one of our very few playmakers. I don't see us getting appreciably better with the draft picks we hold. (Compare to the Browns who have five picks in the first 35 and the Bills who hold something like six picks in the first 70.) We desperately need McMillan (LB) and McDonald (S) to be above average starters, and for two of our new DEs (Harris, Quinn) to play like Pro Bowlers. In other words, our defense is only going to get better if players on the current roster play better than they did last year. Throw Tankersley and X.Howard into that group, too.
I don't think we have enough assets to move up into the top 10 in the draft. I hope we stay at 11 and see who drops to us. I think one of the four QBS, the LB from Georgia, the LB from VA TEch, or the guard from Notre Dame (my personal choice) will be there. If not, maybe Ridley (WR from Alabama) is someone we will consider, to replace Landry.