The Cleveland Browns have expectations to succeed in 2018, but what should be the team’s biggest concerns as they head into the regular season?
After two seasons of building rosters that were designed to lose, general manager John Dorsey and company spent the off-season trying to build a competitive Cleveland Browns roster.
By the time rosters were cut down to 53 players, more than half of the roster consisted of players that Dorsey acquired this off-season.
With that much roster turnover, it is likely there is going to be some growing pains with all of the new players.
Dorsey did a great job of mixing in young talent with veterans that he brought in, but also decided to keep a number of younger players over veterans.
In the roster turnover, one of the biggest things that Dorsey accomplished was adding talented depth throughout the entire roster. However, the biggest addition of talented depth, Mychal Kendricks, was already released due to committing a federal crime.
But even with that issue, the Browns still have one of the most talented rosters the organization has put on the field in a long time. All of the new talent has fans expecting a major turnaround, especially after the football they were forced to watch the last two seasons.
But even with the new additions, there are some questions that still need to be answered as the Browns head into the regular season.
Here are some of the biggest concerns for the Browns before they begin the 2018 regular season.