Cleveland Browns: 3 potential first time Pro Bowlers for 2020

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The Cleveland Browns could see a few first-time Pro Bowlers in 2020.

When most people think about the Cleveland Browns and the notion of Pro Bowlers, many go to Joel Bitonio, Jarvis Landry, Nick Chubb, Myles Garrett, and Denzel Ward. All four men are always likely to end up back in the year-end All-Star game, simply because of their pedigree. Yet, are there any players on this current roster looking at their first Pro Bowl trip in 2020?

Frankly, there are a few.

While someone like Odell Beckham could always find another trip to the Pro Bowl, the fact is even if he did go, it would be his first trip as a member of the Cleveland Browns, not the first of his career. Jedrick Wills is also a name many believe could end up as a Pro Bowler, but the odds aren’t in his favor as he’s a rookie learning a new playbook and a new position with limited practice time to do get his barrings.

Defensively Karl Joseph, Greedy Williams, and Larry Ogunjobi could all find their way to the Pro Bowl assuming things break just right for them. They’re all fringe players who could either be Pro Bowlers or on a new team in 2021. They aren’t the likeliest bunch but have shown to be good enough to do some real damage if they can be consistent.

So if none of the names alluded to made the list of the likeliest first-time Pro Bowlers, who did? Well, let’s dive right on in and find out.