TAMPA — The Cleveland Browns may have a post-NFL draft interest in Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, according to a report by the Canton Repository . Browns general manager John Dorsey, who made a blockbuster trade with the Giants for receiver Odell Beckham Jr., is taking a short-term approach to building his team into a contender.“Dorsey’s interest in McCoy is believed to be ongoing, and the Buccaneers likely still have an appetite for getting value from (McCoy) for the program new pilot Bruce Arians is building," the report said.McCoy, 31, will earn $13 million in 2019. Currently, the Bucs have only $1.7 million of room under the salary cap, which isn’t enough to sign their draft picks.According to the report, the Bucs may have an interest in Browns running back Duke Johnson.“The Browns have wiggle room and a player who might fit the tricky economics of a trade involving two veterans, in addition to addressing a Bucs need. Running back Duke Johnson signed a Browns contract extension last year that, according to Spotrac, has them on the hook for salary cap hits of $4.05 million this year, $4.85 million in 2020 and $5.9 million in 2021,” the report said.Johnson, who turns 26 in September, was a third-round pick out of Miami in 2015. He has rushed for 1,286 yards (4.3-yard average) and caught 235 passes (9.2 yard average) for the Browns.The Bucs have two primary running backs and neither rank among the league’s best. Peyton Barber led the team in rushing with 871 yards and five touchdowns last season. Ronald Jones, a second-round pick from Southern Cal last season, had a disappointing rookie year with 44 yards on 26 carries.The financial is a big part of it," Arians said of McCoy at the league meetings. "l’ve got to evaluate him. I mean, guys when they age, it’s different.“Usually they’re at the age when they get paid the most and the production doesn’t match. ... It’s a what-have-you-done-for-me-lately business. It’s hard. It’s cold. That’s it."