4. Josh Kline
Like Ronald Leary, Josh Kline has ties to a few prominent members of the Cleveland Browns organization. Kline spent three seasons with the Tennessee Titans, starting right next to current Browns right tackle Jack Conklin. The two have already experienced what it is like to play next to each other.
Chemistry is going to be an extremely hard thing to develop this season, and it would be a major benefit to the Browns to have some more chemistry along that offensive line. Kline has also already played underneath head coach Kevin Stefanski, as he spent the past season with the Minnesota Vikings, so he will already have a good understanding of the playbook.
Kline has a few ties to the state of Ohio, too. He played his college ball at Kent State University and went to William Mason High School in Mason, Ohio. With roots already settled in the area, he may be more inclined to come to Cleveland.
At 30 years old, Kline is in the back end of his career. He may be willing to take a team-friendly contract, so he can move back to Ohio and settle down in the area that he knows well. He would bring 77 games of starting experience along with him to a Browns offensive line that will be relatively young in 2020.
I believe that signing Kline makes the most sense for the Cleveland Browns of anyone on this list.