Cleveland Browns: 5 players from Super Bowl LIII to target in free agency
Trent Brown, OT
Yes, Greg Robinson played well at left tackle in the second half of the season but that doesn’t mean he should be handed the job in 2019. Instead, the Browns should do all they can to bring in talent and competition at the position.
A potential free agent that can do that is Trent Brown, who protected Tom Brady’s blindside this season but could be gone considering first-round pick Isaiah Wynn should return after tearing his Achilles in the preseason. And if Brown does hit the open market, Cleveland should come calling — which is what our own Mitch Zoloty said back in January.
"“Von Miller gave Brown some serious praise with a comment calling him one of the tackles in the league that “gives him trouble”, saying that Brown has a very bright future in the league. Former teammate Joe Staley said that Brown could be as good as anyone the NFL has ever seen. Staley even said that Brown could end up being as good as Jonathan Ogden.” — Zoloty, Dawg Pound Daily"
Brown would make a lot of sense and for those who like Robinson, his addition may not even spell the end of the former first-round pick. Right tackle Chris Hubbard had his share of struggles for Cleveland and adding Brown could allow Hubbard and Robinson to fight for that job. No matter how that plays out, the Browns would win by having more capable bodies at a tough position.