Pass rushers galore
And now you’ve got fifth-round pick Genard Avery showing out as a pass rusher from the end.
The Browns can only employ so many pass rushing ends that third-round pick Chad Thomas‘ job might be in jeopardy, too.
Someone, either Orchard, Nassib or Thomas will make the team and it will be worth observing whom Dorsey decides to keep.
The Browns’ first-year GM drafted Thomas, while Orchard and Nassib were inherited.
For what it’s worth, the preseason Week 3 snap counts are in and Orchard played 32, while Nassib played 17 and Thomas played 15, according to Pro Football Focus.
Thomas came into the season with high expectations from Draftnicks who hailed his selection, but his best course may be for the Browns to try to sneak him onto the practice squad.
Thomas missed the first week of team drills as he recovered from sports hernia surgery.
Starters Myles Garrett and Emmanuel Ogbah have the potential to each ring up double-digit sack numbers. If they can do so, this Browns team should be competitive heading into December.