There have been some big moves made this offseason by the Cleveland Browns, but could they look to add one of these three players after OTAs?
All eyes have been on defensive tackle Gerald McCoy (who is set for a visit on Friday) as a potential free agent addition. However, that’s doesn’t have to be the only player for the Cleveland Browns to consider late in the game.
With OTAs underway, this is the first chance the new coaching staff has had to get a look at their new additions to the roster. While these workouts are just in shorts and no pads, it can still give them an idea as to the skill level of certain players they will be counting on.
Should any of them not live up to the expectations the staff has for them, the Browns could decide to go shopping once again. And there’s a chance they could find someone who winds up being a valuable player for them — just as they did in 2018.
After trying out Joel Bitonio at left tackle and rookie Austin Corbett at left guard, Cleveland decided to go out and add some free agency help. A June signing of Greg Robinson did wonders as he ended up starting the final eight games of the season at left tackle.
Robinson played well enough to be brought back in 2019 where he’s again expected to start as the blindside protector.
With all that being said, here’s a look at three players the Browns could sign after OTAs as they try and build an AFC North powerhouse.