The Cleveland Browns have the deepest roster the organization has put together in a long time, which will create interesting battles throughout the entire 53-man roster.
With the ammo and framework that former Executive Vice President of football operations Sashi Brown put together, Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey has built a strong roster this off-season.
With a talented roster, there will be intriguing battles to watch during the team’s training camp and preseason. There are going to be starting jobs available, but there will also be battles at the bottom of the roster.
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Dorsey has shown that he is not afraid to cut ties with players that Brown invested in. With a busy off-season adding players of his own, there will be battles that will lead to some surprising cuts.
One of the more intriguing aspects of this training camp is the cameras that will be following the team. Not only was the team chosen by HBO to be featured during Hard Knocks, but the team has its own series following the team on Facebook, Building the Browns.
With so many cameras following the team, the fans could receive an even more in-depth look at the battles going on during training camp.
Something that Browns fans are not used to is not having a true starting quarterback competition during camp and the preseason. With Tyrod Taylor in the fold, the organization has made it clear that he will be the team’s starter entering the season, no matter how well first overall pick Baker Mayfield plays.
So with Browns training camp beginning in just a few days, what are the position battles to watch during Cleveland’s 2018 training camp and preseason?