The Cleveland Browns signed a bunch of undrafted rookies and these three have a good shot at making the roster out of training camp.
The Cleveland Browns are not a complete team. Not yet. With holes that would make a block of cheese blush, the team still has got to find out some answers at key positions. For instance the tight ends, the offensive line, linebackers, the defensive secondary, and special teams. Granted that’s a lot of big holes and that doesn’t even factor in the receiving corp or backup positions.
The four big questions involve the offensive line, the cornerbacks, and who’s behind Austin Hooper on the depth chart. The offensive line, like the safety positions, has all the guys the team feels necessary at the moment. It’s more about finding out who fits where. The cornerbacks and tight ends however are more fluid than anything else.
Greedy Williams is seen as the guy who could be a real star in this league or be out of the league next year. His play was way too uneven to say for sure at the moment. Williams had an up-and-down rookie year but there’s potential there. Yet, we’ve seen second-round picks gone from the league in less than three seasons before and the sports media are already seeing him as a potential problem area. If he doesn’t improve, his performance could kill the secondary. The problem isn’t just him but what’s left around him should he fail or get hurt?
At least with the safeties, you have four potential options. So who will be filling roles this year from the free agency wire? Let’s find out.