Cleveland Browns: 3 fantasy football options to consider for 2018

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – SEPTEMBER 11: A Cleveland Browns helmet rests on the field prior to the game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on September 11, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Eagles defeated the Browns 29-10. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

There are some worthwhile options to consider from the Cleveland Browns roster in fantasy football, but who are they?

A new offense is being implemented by new Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Todd Haley and upgrades at wide receiver, quarterback, and more, are seen daily during training camp. Due to those roster decisions, more consideration should be made regarding Browns personnel on fantasy football teams.

Many additions from this past offseason will be beneficial for Cleveland on the field. However, that is not necessarily the case for most of the of the offense off the field in fantasy leagues. Depending on the league and/or scoring format, a case could be made for multiple Browns to be drafted within the first six rounds or so.

If wide receiver Josh Gordon did not have the off the field concerns and was able to regularly provide solid production, he would be the immediate choice in fantasy from a Browns perspective. From there, people could determine who would be next on the list depending on the league they are in. However, since that is not realistic, other options could vary from league to league in terms of who would be the most valuable.

Whether a league has already drafted or soon will be, there are multiple Browns players worthy of being on rosters and in a starting role. Not only that, but they could also be relied upon weekly depending on the position they play with hopes of eventually making a championship appearance.  If your league has already drafted, the following Browns players should be considered as trade options later this fall.