Offensive Line (10): Joel Bitonio, Austin Corbett, J.C. Tretter, Kevin Zeitler, Chris Hubbard, Greg Robinson, Desmond Harrison, Shone Coleman, Spencer Drango
This group hasn’t been spectacular just yet, but they are dealing with some changes made on the fly. Originally thinking Shon Coleman will be the left tackle, the quickly made a change after seeing him play. They decided it was best to kick left guard Joel Bitonio out there and then move rookie Austin Corbett into his old spot.
Both are now learning new positions as Corbett was a tackle in college. They should be fine, but the real problem has been right guard. Kevin Zeitler has yet to hit the field and Spencer Drango hasn’t been as good in his absence.
J.C. Tretter is a decent center, but the Browns probably want Corbett in that role in a year or two — provided of course they can get someone else to play left tackle. That probably won’t be Greg Robinson, although he’s been solid as a swing tackle option.
Instead, Desmond Harrison could end up being that guy. The undrafted free agent played at West Georgia after being let go from the Texas program. He has great athletic traits and could be a real find.
Their starting right tackle is Chris Hubbard and very little has been said about him so far. That’s a good thing because it simply means he’s been doing his job quietly and hasn’t been making mistakes.