Five free agents the Cleveland Browns could still sign

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The Cleveland Browns could still look to sign some talented free agents.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 17: Clay Matthews #52 of the Los Angeles Rams enters the field prior a game against the Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on November 17, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Meg Oliphant/Getty Images)

Despite the heart of the NFL offseason being over with, there are still some quality players available to be signed. The Cleveland Browns could surely bolster some of their position groups by adding some talented players.

Given that these players have yet to be signed, it is quite possible the Browns could sign them for less than their value may typically be.

To be clear, the Browns have built a great roster and do not need to reach for these players and overpay, but if the right opportunity arises, they could be a huge addition to the group.

Honorable mention: Clay Matthews

Clay Matthews has to make this list in one form or another. The Matthews’ name is a fan favorite in the city of Cleveland as his father, Clay Matthews Jr., played for the Browns for 16 seasons and is a legend in the city. Matthews III could sign for the Browns for a one-year deal and help produce for his father’s old team.

Matthews has had an incredibly productive career in the NFL as he had six trips to the Pro Bowl and an All-Pro nod. He can come in and provide great leadership as well be productive as situational depth at defensive end or outside linebacker. He would not be an every-down player for Cleveland, but can be a good player off the bench and could be a serviceable replacement if a starter were to be injured.

Matthews still has some left in the tank and could be a steal for the Browns given that he will likely sign for an inexpensive contract.

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