The Cleveland Browns have a rebuilt roster heading into the 2018 season, which creates a lot of questions heading into training camp.
Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey changed the culture of the Browns organization in just one off-season. After seasons of being one of the worst teams in the NFL, Dorsey has built a roster that has the talent to win games.
After going 1-31 the last two seasons, the Cleveland Browns fan base needed some sort of optimism. After adding players like Tyrod Taylor, Jarvis Landry, Mychal Kendricks, and Denzel Ward, there are some fans and NFL analysts that believe the Browns could sneak into the playoffs.
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Although those are lofty expectations, it is a credit to the Browns’ front office for the type of roster they built this off-season.
Even with the optimism, the Browns are going to have prove that the talent they put together can win games in 2018. There are no more excuses for not being able to win games with the roster they have.
But with the amount of new faces in the locker room, it creates a lot of questions for the team. There are players that will be battling for roles and a lot of players that would seem like locks to make the roster could be on the bubble.
But even past the roster, there are questions about the coaching staff and what Dorsey’s plans are for the roster during training camp.
With camp only a few days away, here are the biggest questions heading into the Browns’ training camp.