The Cleveland Browns can still use some more talent on their roster and these three names could fill some remaining holes without breaking the bank
First-year general manager Andrew Berry is a man of his word. He promised after the Cleveland Browns hired him that he was going to be aggressive in the offseason and that’s exactly what he’s done.
Berry reached agreements with tight end Austin Hooper and right tackle Jack Conklin early in free agency, giving the Browns a great pass-catching option at tight end as week as some much-needed help at offensive tackle.
For now, the focus shifts to the 2020 NFL Draft but there are some players still available in free agency that could end up helping the Browns this season. Here we look at three such players, who could also be bargains at this point in the offseason.
Honorable Mention: Kelvin Beachum, Offensive Tackle
The Browns are more than likely taking an offensive tackle at No. 10 overall. They need to secure the left side of their line and there are several options that should be available which include Andrew Thomas, Mekhi Becton, or Tristan Wirfs.
Cleveland should make sure to land one of those players but adding a veteran with experience would be wise as well. One such player could be Kelvin Beachum, a former seventh-round pick who has 99 career starts since coming into the league in 2012.
At this point, the 30-year old is likely willing to take a shorter deal, which falls in line with what the Browns have been doing. Adding him on a one-year contract would be a decent insurance policy.