The Cleveland Browns have holes to fill on the roster. Here are five positions to fix along with options in free agency and the draft to patch those holes.
It’s not going out on a limb to say the Cleveland Browns have several roster holes to fill this offseason.
Coming off a 3-13 season with an offensive lead by a gutsy, but aging quarterback, and an offense that statistically was one of the worst in the league, the new front office and coaching staff have a lot of work ahead of them if they want to make sure the team’s latest rebuilding effort is the last one for a while.
The good news is that the Browns have all of their draft picks – including the No. 2 and No. 32 overall selections – to go along with around $35 million in estimated cap space, assets that if used properly can help jumpstart the Browns back into respectability.
With draft picks in hand and cash in their pockets, here are five areas that Browns need to get fixed for the start of the 2016 season, along with options in both free agency and the draft to fill those holes.
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