The Cleveland Browns draft was great but that doesn’t mean some of their 2020 undrafted free agents can’t still find a way to make the roster this season
After another frustrating season was put behind them, the Cleveland Browns got to work trying to tweak their team. They started out with a new coach in Kevin Stefanski, who was a finalist the year prior but lost out to Freddie Kitchens.
We all know how things went with Kitchens, so it seems as though Stefanski should have been the victor int hat battle a season ago.
Following the Stefanski hire, Cleveland ended up adding Andrew Berry as their new general manager. Berry had ties to the Browns, serving under both the Sashi Brown and John Dorsey regime as the vice president of player personnel. While there were hints at what his philosophies might be, we still were only guessing until the rookie general manager got to work.
Berry proved quickly that he’s an aggressive GM as he landed Austin Hooper, Jack Conklin, and Karl Joseph in free agency. He then made some smart moves in the draft, landing Jedrick Wills and Grant Delpit as their top picks.
While these moves have strengthened the roster exponentially, there’s still a lot to be done before the 53-man roster is finalized. And there could still be some undrafted free agents that not only find their way to the team but can contribute as well. Here, we look at the top three UDFAs that could make the Browns roster in 2020.