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When the NFL Draft rolls around every off-season, the Cleveland Browns are typically one of the teams with the best opportunity to dominate the draft.
For the past several seasons, the Browns are usually one of the teams with the most draft picks to use. From the 2012 NFL Draft to the 2018 NFL Draft, the Browns have had multiple first round picks in five of those drafts.
But that will be different in 2019 as the Browns will not have an extra selection in the first round of the upcoming draft – unless the Browns make some moves to add an additional pick this off-season.
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Today’s featured article explains how much draft capital the Browns currently have for the 2019 NFL Draft and how they received their selections.
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"It can get a little confusing, and that’s understandable, but we’re here to provide what we hope is some definitive clarity.As of today, Friday, Feb. 15, the Browns have 10 picks in the 2019 NFL Draft. Not nine. Not 11. Ten.Here’s how it breaks down."
Cleveland may not have the top-heavy draft capital they possessed in year’s past. But with the extra middle round selections the Browns have for the 2019 NFL Draft, they will have another opportunity to make more noise this off-season.
The Cleveland Browns may look towards the draft to address the wide receiver position if they feel that it is a need. John Hillbery thinks that Ole Miss wide receiver D.K. Metcalf could be under consideration for the Browns with the 17th overall selection.
"“I kind of bet on myself,” Priefer said in his introductory press conference earlier this month. “I let my contract run out. Minnesota is a great organization, and we had a good run there. We had eight really good years there, and I just felt like it was time to explore other opportunities."
The Cleveland Browns have consistently struggled to put together a solid special teams unit the past several years. If Priefer can turn the special teams unit around in his first season with the Browns, then it will be a slam-dunk hire by Cleveland.
The Cleveland Browns could go a variety of directions in free agency this off-season, but as Randy Gurzi points out, ESPN is predicting that the Browns could be a potential landing spot for free agent wide receiver Tyrell Williams.