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There’s been a lot of speculation about how the coming season is going to look for the Cleveland Browns. They enter this year with a much different feel than last season, and it’s easy to see why.
General manager John Dorsey has turned this franchise around — and he did it quickly. A 5-3 stretch to close 2018 has fans excited as does the addition of superstar wideout Odell Beckham, Jr. And it isn’t just Cleveland fans buying the OBJ hype.
For example, NFL.com’s Gil Brandt is getting in on the fun and has the combination of OBJ and Jarvis Landry as the top wide receiver duo heading into this coming season.
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Cleveland Browns News
"“In 2018, no Browns player topped 1,000 receiving yards, while quarterback Baker Mayfield only appeared in 14 games, and still, Cleveland ranked 14th in passing yards. General manager John Dorsey set out to give Mayfield more to work with — and he couldn’t have done much better than making a blockbuster trade for Beckham. Last season, Landry was the focal point of the Browns’ passing attack, given a team-high 149 targets (tied for ninth-most in the NFL), but he only managed 12 yards per catch.”"
Brandt talks about one thing that should scare Browns’ opponents in 2019 — this team was dangerous moving the ball before landing OBJ. This could end up being a lot of fun for Cleveland fans.
Could the Browns be in Prime Time to start the 2019 season? And if so, will it end up being a passing of the torch as Tom Brady and Baker Mayfield square off? John Hillberry looks at that very question.
Even though there’s a chance he could miss the entire season, the Browns are meeting with Mississippi State defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Eric Berry has the more recognizable name, but Steve Gessic believes the Browns would be better off signing Tre Boston to fill their need at safety.