In announcing the deal Friday, Washington said it will send a sixth-round pick (No. 188 overall) to the Cleveland for Hogan and the Browns' sixth-round pick (No. 205 overall) as the teams swapped sixth-rounders in the upcoming draft.
If you're scoring at home, that means the Browns gave away Hogan to move up 17 spots in the sixth round of the NFL Draft.
Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey is clearly not someone who wants to waste a lot of time.
Hogan was a selected by the Kansas City Chiefs with the fifth-rounder pick in the 2016 NFL Draft out of Stanford University, but the quarterback has spent each of his two seasons in Cleveland. He never played for the Chiefs and after being released he signed with the Cleveland Browns on September 5, 2016.
Hogan was 0-1 as a starter past year. He went 60-for-101 with four touchdown passes and seven interceptions. Hogan signed with Cleveland on September 5, 2016, where he completed 60 of 101 passes for 621 yards, four touchdowns and seven interceptions in eight career games (one start) with the Browns.
The Browns traded 2017 starter DeShone Kizer to the Green Bay Packers and injury reserve quarterback Cody Kessler to the Jacksonville Jaguars earlier this offseason, but that didn't clear the way for Kevin Hogan. Washington still has veteran Colt McCoy, but he's entering the final year of his contract.