Cleveland Browns: 4 things Browns absolutely got right in 2020 NFL Draft

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The smoke has settled on the Cleveland Browns in the 2020 NFL Draft and while there’s always going to be disagreement, they got these four things right.

The draft was a welcomed distraction for fans of the Cleveland Browns and the NFL, alike. With most of us in quarantine, the idea of watching real sports made this year’s draft one of the most watched in history.

The first part of the draft went as expected, with Joe Burrow landing in Cincinnati, and Buckeye Chase Young reuniting with Dwayne Haskins in Washington D.C.

Undoubtedly, Browns fans started getting a tad worked up when the Giants made Andrew Thomas the fourth overall pick. Would the run on the highly regarded offensive tackle class commence?

More on that later.

In all, the Browns added seven new rookies to their roster by way of the draft.

Here’s four the things the Browns and first-year general manager Andrew Berry absolutely nailed over draft weekend.