With the Cleveland Browns roster improving over the past two offseasons, there are more players fighting for spots on the team which includes these three veterans who are on the bubble as they prepare to begin training camp
The past two offseasons have created a lot of change for the Cleveland Browns. General manager John Dorsey has changed out a lot of the roster and the team is hardly recognizable from the club that was 1-31 over the course of two seasons from 2016-2017.
They now have a franchise quarterback in Baker Mayfield, two feature running backs in Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, and one of the better receiving corps in the NFL with Odell Beckham, Jr., Jarvis Landry, Antonio Callaway, Rashard Higgin, and David Njoku.
On defense, they have many other quality players with two edge rushers that can wreak havoc in Myles Garrett and Olivier Vernon. They bolstered the inside of the line as well by adding Sheldon Richardson alongside Larry Ogunjobi.
Cleveland even added rookie cornerback Greedy Williams to a secondary which saw two new starters last season in Denzel Ward and free safety Damarious Randall. While all that is great for their chances at making a run in the AFC North, it does make things more difficult for some of the players who don’t have starting spots locked down.
Here, we look at three veteran players who enter the 2019 season on the bubble and could find themselves on the outside looking in once the 53-man roster is finalized.