6 Offensive linemen the Cleveland Browns can still sign
By Randy Gurzi
It’s no secret that the Cleveland Browns have questions on the offensive line. With that being said, here are six free agents they can still sign.
For the past two offseasons, there’s been a lot of focus on the Cleveland Browns offensive line. That started ahead of the 2018 season when they had to try and replace the legendary Joe Thomas, who opted for retirement after finishing the season on the IR — which also saw him end an incredible iron-man streak that may never be broken.
Cleveland understandably struggled to replace him as undrafted rookie Desmond Harrison got the first chance but was unable to keep the job past the first eight games. Former No. 2 overall pick Greg Robinson, who landed with the team in June, replaced Harrison for the remainder of the season and earned a one-year deal in 2019 to prove he can be the long-term answer. They also cut Harrison due to concerns off the field, which thinned their ranks behind Robinson.
In addition to their lack of depth there, the Browns guard situation has come into question as of late. They traded Kevin Zeitler to the New York Giants with the hopes that Austin Corbett could be his successor. So far, he hasn’t looked up to the task in offseason workouts as Kyle Kalis is taking first-team reps.
A lot can change when the pads come on, but it may be a good idea to try and add some more depth, and competition ahead of training camp. Here’s a look at six players who are available to provide that.