2. Inquiry on CeDee Lamb
Let’s get one thing straight — Cleveland would be absolutely silly to take a guy like CeeDee Lamb with the 10th overall pick if they do not address the left tackle position before entering the draft.
Hypothetically speaking, let’s just say the Browns were to trade for a guy like Trent Williams or get Joe Thuney to help improve the offensive line. If one of these things happens, I would be all for them taking Lamb or going after a “best player available” type scenario.
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After you get past Odell Beckham Jr and Jarvis Landry on the Browns roster when it comes to wide receivers, they are very thin at the position. Adding a big-time threat like Lamb could be just what they need.
In 2019 with Oklahoma, Lamb posted 62 receptions to go along with 1,327 yards and 14 touchdowns.
Lamb is a deep threat and big-play guy, characteristics that would help just about any offense across the league.
Drafting a guy like Lamb could also be the Browns preparing for losing a few weapons on the offense, guys like Beckham Jr and Landry. While the Browns do still have a lot of money left over, the time is coming for them to have to pay their core guys like Nick Chubb, Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward, and company.
Once again, the Browns should only look to take Lamb at 10 if they address offensive line before the beginning of the draft.