Cleveland Browns: The UDFAs most likely to make the team in 2017
The Cleveland Browns picked up several undrafted free agents following the NFL Draft. Here are the players and their chances to make the final roster.
There are 32 teams in the NFL, and each team is allowed 53 players on their roster. This means that there’s 1,696 jobs available. These positions are filled by players under contract, newly signed free agents and draft picks who joined only months prior. The players who have to do the most and work the hardest to earn a spot are undoubtedly the undrafted free agents.
Every team hopes that they can get the next diamond in the rough-like players of the past such as Kurt Warner, Wes Welker, Willie Brown, Tony Romo, John Randle or Drew Pearson as well as players in the league today like Cameron Wake, Chris Harris Jr., Antonio Gates, James Harrison, Cole Beasley or Michael Bennett. Who will be the next one? It may be here in Cleveland.
After the 2017 NFL Draft, the Browns secured 11 undrafted players to go along with their large draft haul, so there will be many new faces trying to get a roster spot. However, some may have a better chance than others do at making the team.
I will take you through all 11 players and explain why they may or may not make the team as well as give them a grade from 1-10 (1=very unlikely, 10=very likely) to get a spot.