The Daily Dawg Tags brings you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including the roster still having several questions.
The Cleveland Browns and general manager Andrew Berry took an aggressive approach to free agency, signing 11 players to new deals. The Browns focused on both sides of the ball and addressed several needs across the roster.
The signings will give the Browns plenty of flexibility when it comes to the draft. Although there are some needs still remaining, such as left tackle and linebacker, However, other than left tackle, the needs across the roster are no longer dire.
Berry may try to use the draft to recoup draft capital that former general manager John Dorsey was more than willing to move. Berry can also use his current picks to target the best players on his board instead of reaching for a player to fill a need.
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Despite their aggressive free agency period, today's featured article discusses the biggest questions remaining on the Browns roster.
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So the spotlight is on Wilson. The Browns signed B.J. Goodson in free agency and Sione Takitaki will likely earn a shot to play more. But Takitaki is more of an edge rusher, so it’s Wilson’s show in the middle for now.
One of the biggest questions on the Browns roster is who will take over for Joe Schobert in the middle of the defense. The Browns have not added another starter this offseason, as B.J. Goodson is more of a depth piece. So that means Mack Wilson will have a lot more thrust onto him as the roster currently constructed.
Since the first week of free agency, the Browns have stood pat for the most part, as has most of the league. Frank Teriaca looks at two free agents who are still available that the Browns should add before an other team makes a move.
In 2020, will we see the electric rookie Mayfield of 2018 or the erratic sophomore of 2019? Hooper said he is a huge Mayfield fan, which factored into his decision to sign with Cleveland.
The Browns gave Baker Mayfield plenty of help with their additions of Austin Hooper and Jack Conklin, along with their current offensive weapons. Mayfield has the tools for a bounce back season, so it is on Mayfield to respond.
If the Cleveland Browns want to add a defensive end this offseason, both Jadeveon Clowney and Everson Griffen still remain free agents. Grant Puskar looks at both of the defensive ends and who would be a better fit for the Browns.