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The Cleveland Browns and general manager John Dorsey made plenty of moves this offseason that will instantly improve the roster. But he made other surprising moves for the bottom of the roster.
Arguably the most surprising move was when the Browns signed Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi, an unknown wide receiver who had not played football since 2016.
Despite the big moves the Browns made this offseason, the Sheehy-Guiseppi signing could have been the most surprising in the league this offseason, mainly because of the surprising nature of how the signing occurred.
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Today’s featured article details Sheehy-Guiseepi’s football career and the process to getting a tryout with the Browns and later signing a deal.
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"Sheehy-Guiseppi is 24. He hasn’t played competitive football since 2016. And even then, it wasn’t that competitive. Being in Berea for OTAs has highlighted the chasm between junior college and the NFL."
Dorsey has said several times since becoming the Browns’ general manager he will look to add talent wherever he can find it. Even if Sheehy-Guiseppi does not break camp with the Browns, Cleveland is attempting to see if he can turn his physical traits into being a successful NFL player, something that every good team manages to do.
The addition of Odell Beckham Jr. helped the Browns’ wide receiver group one of the best in the league. Randy Gurzi takes a look at the wide receiver group and how each player will fit into Cleveland’s offense.
"“If anybody saw the draft on TV this year, it was one big constant commercial for the NFL and for Nashville and that’s what we can look forward to in Cleveland,” Cleveland Sports Commission David Gilbert said."
When the draft arrives in Cleveland, it is surely going to attract plenty of attention. Not only because of the passion of Browns fans, but because of the proximity of so many other NFL franchises and how many people could attend the event. Although Cleveland is a smaller NFL town, it could become a great NFL Draft host.
The Browns and Ravens are the only scheduled visits for Gerald McCoy so far, and it could be down to those two teams. Elliot Kennel believes a McCoy addition would be the key to stopping the Ravens rushing offense.