Washington Redskins – Offensive Tackle Ty Nsekhe
The Cleveland Browns have been able to build one of the best offensive lines in the league, and it was obvious during the second half of the season. Mayfield was rarely under pressure as the offensive line was able to keep rushers away from the franchise quarterback.
This off-season, the Browns are going to need to supplement the talent on the starting offensive line with a solid group of backups. Most notably, the Browns are going to need to find a lineman that can play either tackle spot.
Currently, the Browns will be starting Greg Robinson and Chris Hubbard at tackle in 2019 with Desmond Harrison as the backup. But instead of having a young tackle as the backup, it would be smart for Cleveland to find a veteran swing tackle. Enter Ty Nsekhe.
Nsekhe played in 14 games last season, including five starts. He played both tackle and guard but saw most of his time at either left tackle or right tackle. In 408 snaps, Nsekhe allowed 11 pressures, including one sack, and was called for seven penalties, according to Pro Football Focus.
The most important priority for the Cleveland Browns organization is to keep Mayfield healthy. In order to do that, they need to put together a strong starting five on the offensive line and build depth behind those five. By targeting Nsekhe, the Browns would be doing just that.
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