The Browns’ quarterback carousel spun again Saturday. Twice.

The team has agreed to trade backup quarterback Case Keenum from Cleveland to Buffalo, and to sign free agent QB Jacoby Brist, according to The Associated Press.

According to a source, the Browns will trade Keenum to Bills for a seventh round draft pick in 2022. The source spoke under anonymity as the teams have not yet announced the deal.

Keenum was in Cleveland for the past two seasons, behind Baker Mayfield. The Browns traded for Watson, and are expected to make the deal official Sunday. Mayfield was also dealt by the Browns. However, Keenum’s situation changed when the team moved on to Keenum.

Friday’s $1 million roster bonus was given to Keenum, 34. The Browns also reworked Keenum’s contract to close the deal with Buffalo. Keenum was expected to make $6.6million in 2022, which is a high price for a backup. The team decided to send him to the Bills instead.

Buffalo was looking for a No. After Mitchell Trubisky signed this week, Josh Allen was the Bills’ second quarterback.

Last season, Brissett, 29, started five games for Miami. He was with Indianapolis for the four previous seasons.

The Browns have a younger, more experienced backup. Brissett could be the Cleveland starter next season, depending on whether Watson is disciplined by the NFL, who was previously accused of sexual assault by 22 women.

Watson was not indicted by a grand jury for the criminal charges, but he is also facing civil lawsuits.

Watson shocked the NFL by changing his mind on Friday. He had initially rejected the Browns, and he waived his no-trade clause in order to go to Cleveland. Cleveland will send Houston three first-rounders over the next three seasons.

After the grand jury’s verdict, Watson was made available to him last week. Cleveland offered Watson a fully guaranteed contract worth $230 million, beating at least three other teams.