3 Overlooked free agents the Cleveland Browns can still add
By Randy Gurzi
The Cleveland Browns have been the most active team in free agency but here are three more free agents they can add to help them improve in 2020
No team has made the kind of impact in free agency that the Cleveland Browns have. Before the new season began, general manager Andrew Berry said they would be aggressive and so far, he’s made good on that promise.
Cleveland added tight end Austin Hooper, who is now the highest-paid at the position. They followed that up with a big contract for right tackle Jack Conklin, which helps tremendously given how much they struggled on the line the past two seasons.
They weren’t done there either as they landed other big-name players such as safety Karl Joseph, nose tackle Andrew Billings, and former first-round cornerback Kevin Johnson. As exciting as this has been for fans, the team might not be done just yet.
And if they do continue to add talent, here are three names that would make sense, and aren’t really being talked about.
Honorable mention: Travis Benjamin, Wide Receiver
One name that could be looked at for the Browns is a familiar one. Travis Benjamin is on the open market after spending the past four seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers. Before that, he was a member of the Browns from 2012 through 2015.
He’s dealt with a lot of injuries lately but that could lead to him being rather affordable. And the Browns do need help at receiver behind Odell Beckham, Jr. and Jarvis Landry. He also ran three punts back for touchdowns while with Cleveland before, so maybe he can help there as well.