Which Cleveland Browns have the most to prove when they take the field for the first time in 2020?
Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski has been dealt a tremendously difficult hand during his first season as a NFL head coach. As the NFL tries to manage the COVID-19 pandemic, Stefanski spent nearly half his time as the Browns head coach away from the team facility.
Without being able to be at the team facility during the offseason, Stefanski was forced to meet his new players and install his new system virtually. And with no on-field work during the offseason program, Stefanski will have a lot of work to do at training camp.
Stefanski will have to ensure his players have a firm grasp of the new systems, but he will also have to decide which players are best suited to be a part of the regular season roster. With this in mind, there are several players who will have a lot to prove at training camp.
With no preseason games, players at the bottom of the roster are going to have to show a lot if they want to snag a regular season roster spot. But there are also several players who will have to prove they are ready for larger roles during the regular season.
Cleveland will have a lot of competition across the roster, and there will also be several starting jobs up for grabs. With so much on the line during training camp, here is a look at three Cleveland Browns players who will have a lot to prove during camp in July and August.