Source: Pick Browns received in Duke Johnson trade to become 3rd-rounder

When the Cleveland Browns traded running back Duke Johnson to the Houston Texans in August for a 2020 fourth-round draft pick, there was a condition attached to the pick that could make it a third-rounder.

That condition will be met Sunday when Houston plays against the Baltimore Ravens, a league source tells ESPN.

The fourth-round pick that Houston traded to Cleveland becomes a third if and when Johnson is active for a 10th game this season, which he will be on Sunday afternoon.

Johnson has played in each of Houston's nine games this season and has been a productive addition to the Texans' offense, rushing for 287 yards and averaging 5.3 yards per carry while also hauling in 22 receptions for 228 yards.