The Cleveland Browns should look no further than their AFC North rivals to fill some roster holes when free agency opens in March.
The Cleveland Browns enter the offseason with many needs and will look to free agency to fill some of them.
Free agency can be a good way to strengthen your team if you spend wisely, and can also present the opportunity to weaken a rival. The Browns have done this in the past, signing Paul Kruger away from the Baltimore Ravens in 2013.
The Browns have a little more than $17 million in estimated salary cap space right now, and while some of that will go toward resigning their own free agents, a group that includes right tackle Mitchell Schwartz, wide receiver Travis Benjamin and safety Tashaun Gipson, among others, there should be money left over to bring in some outside players to fill holes on the roster.
Here are three players the Browns should look to add in free agency this spring from their AFC North rivals.
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