The buzz about the Browns drafting Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield at No. 1 overall shortly after 8 p.m. Thursday night is deafening.

But for what it's worth, as of late Thursday morning, Mayfield's camp had yet to hear anything from the Browns, a person familiar with the situation told the Beacon Journal/Ohio.com.

Two league sources said they sense Mayfield will become the top pick. Whether that comes to fruition remains to be seen.

As for the fourth overall selection, the Browns are definitely interested in trading down, but new General Manager John Dorsey seems intent on not settling for less than his high asking price, a source said.

The Browns are also shopping cornerback Jamar Taylor and tight end Randall Telfer, a source said. On Wednesday, NFL Network reported Taylor could be dealt if Dorsey drafts a cornerback early. Taylor and Telfer were full-time starters for the Browns last season.