The Cleveland Browns close in on the regular season after what’s been a pretty mundane training camp and preseason.
The organization finds itself entering a season as a legit playoff contender for the first time since 1995.
There isn’t much mystery when it comes to predicting who will make the Browns’ final 53-man roster, but if history has anything to say about it, general manager Andrew Berry will make some moves after the team concludes its preseason against the Atlanta Falcons.
While the starters and incumbents are set in place, there’s some intrigue into how the bottom of the roster will play out. Obviously, this is a great problem to have, reading us all void of talent the organization has been since returning to the NFL in 199.
So, without further ado, here’s a look at five players other teams might cut that the Browns should target in the event they become available.