The decisions the Cleveland Browns new regime will decide on is going to affect the organization not only in 2016, but beyond. Will they make the right choices as to who they want as members of the team?
Who are the Cleveland Browns going to sign? Who will they draft? Both of those questions are very important, but before we know the answers to those questions, the team must decide who stays in 2016.
Having two of the first 32 picks in the 2016 NFL Draft will certainly help for the long-term, but how long will it legitimately take to make a true impact with the roster? Cleveland will need to cut the fat away and start fresh for the best chance of success.
Of the 53 players on the Cleveland Browns game-day roster, there are some who are locks going forward and others who are obviously not coming back. Then there is that no-man’s land where multiple scenarios could occur for certain players. When the Browns front office is faced with that scenario, they should not take the risk if it not clear that the player(s) has not done well over recent seasons.
Understandably, there is a small chance that every player listed will be moved on from, but that does not stop from knowing which players are limiting the Browns success.
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Prior to the decisions being made on free agency and any cuts occurring, lets see who made the list of the 10 Cleveland Browns who should not be back with the team next season.