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Mayfield made a habit of spreading the ball around the field and hitting several targets throughout the course of games.
Since Mayfield likes to throw to several receivers, it would make sense for Cleveland to add another target or two this off-season. Since Rashard Higgins and Breshad Perriman are free agents, wide receiver could become a priority if either player moves on – Higgins is likely to return considering he is a restricted free agent.
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Today’s featured article takes a look at several free agent wide receiver options that the Browns could consider if they want to add another wide receiver this off-season.
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"It’s tough to get a great feel for how badly the Browns think they need to add at wide receiver. Free agency will clear some of this up, but if they avoid one in free agency, expect them to use a pick in one of the first three rounds of the draft."
The Browns have more holes across the roster that should be a priority instead of adding another wide receiver this off-season. But it would be reasonable if the Browns sign a wide receiver in free agency and address their other needs in the draft.
The Cleveland front office may spend a lot of their energy adding talent to the defensive side of the ball during free agency and the draft. Randy Gurzi notes that Pro Football Focus sees Cleveland as the most likely landing spot for free agent defensive end Frank Clark.
"For a wide receiver, the word “dropped” is usually a bad thing.But on Thursday, it served as a positive for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway, who according to TMZ has had the marijuana possession charge he faced following an August traffic stop in Strongsville dropped."
This is an extremely important off-season for Antonio Callaway. He started to emerge as a play-maker at the end of the 2018 season and could become a vital part of the 2019 offense. If he can stay out of trouble this off-season, he could carry the momentum from 2018 into 2019. His charges from last year is a good start for Callaway.