The Cleveland Browns have officially made 4 moves in free agency as well as losing both T.J. Ward and Shaun Lauvao. Adding Donte Whitner, Karlos Dansby and Isaiah Trufant as well as signing Andrew Hawkins to an offer sheet, that the Bengals are expected to match, is a good start but not the splash that many fans were hoping for. The Browns still have needs at running back, wide receiver, offensive line, secondary and linebacker. Thankfully there are still a few players at those positions that the Browns could take a run at. Quarterback is also a need after the release of both Brandon Weeden and Jason Campbell but high level talent at that position is few and far between, though options still avail themselves.
Rumors have the Browns in talks with a number of players and based on the signings that have already been made expect a veteran or two to be added to the offensive side of the ball. That could be at any number of positions but the front office obviously saw the lack of veteran leadership that led to the signing of Whitner and Dansby. Adding similar players to the offense could help move the team forward on that side of the ball. We will take a look at a few players that could fill needs of the team, starting with the dearth of QB options: