The Cleveland Browns have a solid starting five on their offensive line. Joel Bitonio and Wyatt Teller are at the top of their game and Jack Conklin started playing much better near the end of the season. While I think Ethan Pocic only looked as good as he did due to playing in between Bitonio and Teller (thus making him easily replaced), he still played well. The only real question mark is Jedrick Wills.
The Browns used to have some real depth beyond that, but in recent years, age, injuries, and letting certain players walk in free agency have hindered the team some. Not to mention but Teller has never truly been a “great” pass blocker and gets beat a lot for someone who is an All-Pro.
So depth is important, that’s why you gotta go with Jaxson Kirkland out of Washington. During his time as a Huskie, he was only ever good as a run blocker, but his pass-blocking skills are next level, with PFF giving him an 82.6 for his passing-blocking grade in 2022. He’s not very strong for an offensive lineman, nor is he overly quick, but at 6’7, he can be a tackle or guard depending on need.