The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including a look at a potential surprise starter in the 2019 season
For once, there aren’t a whole lot of open roster spots on the Cleveland Browns. General manager John Dorsey has done an excellent job filling out the majority of the roles which makes it easy to predict the 11 starters on either side.
That doesn’t mean there aren’t a couple of spots up for grabs. There could be some shifting on the offensive line as well as in the defensive backfield.
With that being said, there could even be a surprise starter by the time the season begins. In fact, Andrew Gribble of the team’s official website even points to where that surprise could come from.
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"“Offensively, the biggest potential surprise — if you want to even call it that — could occur at right guard, which appears to be a three-man race among Austin Corbett, Eric Kush and Kyle Kalis at the moment. Kalis, a Lakewood native who played at Michigan, would be, perhaps, the most off-the-radar name from that group, but he’s garnered plenty of respect since joining the Browns during the second half of last season.”"
As Gribble said, there might not be a huge surprise here no matter what happens. Austin Corbett hasn’t taken over the spot and Kyle Kalis has been working with the starters. At this point, it almost feels like it would be a surprise not to see Kalis out there Week 1.
"“Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Trevon Coley went from an intriguing role player in 2017 to being completely overmatched in 2018. The Browns need him to be productive in 2019 to avoid having to go out and find more defensive tackle help.”"
Trevon Coley took a step back in 2018 but moving to a reserve role could end up helping him out. It’s also not bad for the Browns to have a backup with the starting experience he has.
Dan Justik looks at the chemistry that the Browns will have in 2019 with their players and coaching staff and discusses whether or not they will struggle with so many new faces.
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