5 potential cuts from other teams the Cleveland Browns should sign.
The Cleveland Browns and new head coach Kevin Stefanski haven’t been able to get an up-front look at their roster, as the coronavirus pandemic as mean Zoom calls, instead of actual on-field practice.
The Browns have a strong roster, but there are still so many questions at various position groups. The “name” guys on the roster have a lot to prove as well, as Baker Mayfield is under pressure to prove he’s worthy of the franchise label, while Odell Beckham Jr. needs to prove that he still is an elite wideout.
Training Camp will certainly be interesting this season, if these practices actually happen and the league continues its plan to play in 2020. One of the things fans love to do is watch their teams various position battles, as everyone tries to construct their favorite roster.
Then, after you think you’ve got your 53-man roster set, the NFL holds a massive cut just after the final preseason contest of the year. Waives of players become available and general managers scramble to look smarter than their peers by signing newly released players.
The Browns were aggressive in free agency, as Andrew Berry promised he’d be active in upgrading the roster. With that in mind, he’s likely to continue this trend as players became available in August.
If these players become available, the Browns should swoop in an add them to the roster.