Cleveland Browns most improved position groups
The roster as a whole is much better heading into the 2019 season, but which position groups have improved the most for the Cleveland Browns?
Training camp is just around the corner which is an exciting time for NFL fans. After a long offseason, we finally get to see teams such as the Cleveland Browns get to work as they prepare themselves for the 2019 campaign.
They’ll start with 90 players and begin the process of deciding who stays and who goes. Eventually, 53 players will make the roster and unlike other seasons in recent memory, this year it will be difficult to predict who makes the final cut. That’s a positive thing as it means there’s more competition for spots than in recent years.
General manager John Dorsey came to the team in 2017 and vowed to find “real players.” He’s done just that as he landed them wide receiver Jarvis Landry and safety Damarious Randall in trades ahead of the 2018 season while also picking up quarterback Baker Mayfield with the No. 1 overall pick and cornerback Denzel Ward with the fourth pick.
Last season, all those positions were among the most improved on the Browns roster. You could also throw in running back as Nick Chubb came to the team and just missed being the first 1,000-yard rusher since Peyton Hillis.
Looking ahead to 2019, the roster has undergone even more change as Dorsey continues to search for the players he believes can make Cleveland a contender. With all that being said, here’s a look at the three most improved positions heading into training camp.