31. Terrance Mitchell-Might Mitchell be a victim of the salary cap game as Training Camp progresses?
32. Sione Takitaki-Last year’s third round pick will get plenty of opportunities. He’s supposedly a sideline-to-sideline player, but we just don’t know what he’ll do.
33. Andrew Billings-Signed as a free agent. Previously played for Cincinnati and produced in limited playing time.
34. Jordan Elliott-The Browns’ first third-round pick, the Mizzou product is part of the stockpile of bodies on the defensive line. He’s a candidate to move up some spots by the end of the season.
35. Adrian Clayborn-After Myles Garrett was suspended, the edge rush disappeared, save for a few moments from Thomas. Clayborn was the addition to the defensive end position. He’s a veteran, who is 32 years old.
36. Kendall Lamb-His ability to play tackle makes him ridiculously valuable, even in a backup role.
37. Jacob Phillips-Taken late in the third round, Phillips was a tackling machine for the national champions. He should get opportunities in an unproven unit and could see him work his way up numerous spots at season’s end.
38. Harrison Bryant-Another pass catching tight end capable of making an impact in year one. Can any of these tight ends block, though?
39. Nick Harris-The Browns got their center of the future in Harris, who can play the zone blocking scheme. Not every center can do this, so don’t discount this pick, even if it doesn’t pay off in the short term.
40. Donovan Peoples-Jones: On paper, it looks like DPJ could open the season as the Browns fourth receiver.