4. Damion Ratley, WR
So far, Damion Ratley’s been a survivor in this league.
Despite being a sixth-round pick in 2018, he’s still around, unfortunately, you’ve got to wonder if he’ll make it past the final roster cut.
A hamstring injury left him watching from the sideline during the last two weeks of the 2019 camp, and this year, he’s battling a groin injury.
Ratley, who’s caught 25 passes the past two years, has to stave off the competition, though, and he can’t do that if he can’t play.
Notably, the Browns have gotten a stellar effort from KhaDarel Hodge throughout camp. He’s missed a few practices for person reasons leading up to the Aug. 26 day off.
Additionally, the Browns will likely want to find a spot to store Donovan Peoples-Jones, their late-round draft pick out of Michigan. Not much has been said about the rookie, but the Browns like him. Exposing him to waivers would be a disaster.
Ultimately, but comes down to numbers and Ratley may be the odd-man out if he doesn’t change minds quickly.