The Cleveland Browns have a talented roster but need to fill a few holes. Landing these three draft prospects would do exactly that ahead of the 2020 season
General manager Andrew Berry is set for his first-ever NFL draft as a team GM and while he’s young and new at his current position, he’s gotten some great reviews for his early work done with the Cleveland Browns. Inheriting a roster that has more talent than their 6-10 record suggests, Berry got to work filling some of their holes aggressively.
His biggest signing to date was former Atlanta Falcons tight end Austin Hooper, who becomes the highest-paid at the position. In addition to landing Hooper, Berry came to terms with right tackle Jack Conklin — fresh off his best season as a pro.
Conklin’s addition shores up the right side of their line and Hooper helps a passing attack that needs help outside of Odell Beckham, Jr. and Jarvis Landry. Other areas need that were addressed were safety where the Browns picked up Karl Joseph and Andrew Sendejo and the defensive line where they added Andrew Billings and Adrian Clayborn to give them some much-needed depth.
While all this work was great, there’s still some work to do for Cleveland’s roster to be complete. That’s where the draft comes in as Andrew Berry will look to complete their 53-man roster during this selection process.
And with that being said, here are three names that all could be added by the Browns to complete their roster ahead of the 2020 season.