Cleveland Browns: 4 free agents still available after the draft
The Cleveland Browns addressed the majority of their needs in the 2019 NFL Draft but could still add some talent by bringing in some of these free agents who are still on the market
This was a rather successful draft for the Cleveland Browns, who landed themselves a couple of potential starters. The biggest name in that bunch was Greedy Williams, the LSU cornerback who somehow slid to the 46th pick where the Browns moved up to secure his services.
After Williams was selected, the Browns added some depth to the linebacker corps, landing Sione Takitaki in the third round and Mack Wilson in the fifth. There was also Sheldrick Redwine in the fourth round and kicker Austin Seibert in the fifth.
These additions joined Odell Beckham, Jr., Sheldon Richardson, and Olivier Vernon as their big offseason moves. But are the Browns done picking up new faces?
There have been rumors of them looking to add more talent, such as the news that they could look to trade for Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. But if they wanted to look beyond the trade market, they could find some talent still on the free agency market. Here we look at the top four available options remaining.
4. Ndamukong Suh, DT
Last season, Ndamukong Suh played for the Los Angeles Rams and was part of their run towards the Super Bowl. He’s still a capable player and could help as long as he’s okay with sharing time in a rotation with Richardson and Larry Ogunjobi. Cleveland has been linked to Gerald McCoy recently, and Suh could be another option should the Bucs decide to keep their Pro Bowl player for the upcoming season.
Suh could be waiting for a contender to come calling, but the Browns are starting to put themselves in the discussion as being such a team. There are those who have them as the favorites to win the AFC North, which could be enough to convince someone like Suh to join them on a one-year deal.