What could the Cleveland Browns wide receiver position look like?
During this past 2016 NFL Draft, football fans, media, and fellow NFL teams truly saw a different running regime for the Cleveland Browns. Gone are the flashy moves, but the multiple trades throughout the draft continued.
Despite the obvious needs on offense over the last few seasons, previous regimes did not add the necessary amount of talent to score points and be competitive. From that, there was no question why the Browns have struggled offensively.
The new regime, being led by Sashi Brown and Hue Jackson, did not hesitate to add to the offense a couple of weeks ago. Cleveland did have opportunities to gain more talented players, but their approach with quantity over quality led to their draft class being the biggest this season.
Among their draft picks were five wide receivers, including one who is likely to be used more often at tight end. That is quite the haul for the Cleveland Browns new regime’s first draft. Those additions will help out Robert Griffin III at quarterback, but including the veterans, who will he throw too? Not everyone will make the team.
Now that there is plenty of depth, how could the wide receiver position play out? Who gets to remain a member of the Cleveland Browns? Members of the FoS team gave their thoughts.
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