Looking at 7 2015 NFL Mock Drafts for the Cleveland Browns

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The Cleveland Browns and their fans are still digesting the results of the 2014 NFL Draft, and undrafted free agents that were signed, when 2015 NFL Mock Drafts started coming out of the woodwork. Browns fans will be excited again as the team once again will have 2 first round picks in their stash of 10 total picks, one extra in the 4th and the 6th. The team could be coming off a year where having no WRs of note caused them to fall once again or a season where the defense and run game made up for it and a playoff run occurred. We will also be closely watching the Buffalo Bills, hoping for a tanked season from them, giving the Browns another high pick. We are going to take a look at 7 different 2015 NFL Mock Drafts and see how they see the Browns improving. Giving you a glimpse of next off-season’s madness.

Dane Brugler

4. Cleveland Browns — Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford: Joel Bitonio and Mitchell Schwartzare both guards in my opinion, making right tackle a need area. Peat can fill that spot as a rookie and eventually be the Browns’ left tackle.

9. Cleveland Browns (from BUF) — Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama: Cleveland’s wide receiver situation is somewhat of a concern right now and while there isn’t an A.J. Green type of prospect next year, Cooper is an exciting pass catcher.

Brugler used this year’s draft order to decide next years for simplicity purpose. He has the Browns adding to their offense, this time with a high profile tackle, Bitonio is set to start his career at guard, and the best receiver in college football next year. Selecting Johnny Manziel takes them out of the running for a QB in this draft, but could allow them to make a big trade for a team desperate for one. Peat and Cooper would be stellar additions, especially if Josh Gordon returns. The offense would be complete at that point. Not adding someone on the defensive front 7 would be a bit of a surprise.

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