3. John Jerry
An old veteran who has spent most of his career playing right guard, John Jerry could be looking for one last paycheck in the NFL. He could easily wind up finding that paycheck with the Cleveland Browns.
This Cleveland Browns offensive line already features a few guys who have been in the league a while and understand what it takes to be elite in this league. However, it never hurts to have these types of guys as backups. While John Jerry never made a pro bowl or an all-pro team, he has started 106 games in his NFL career. This type of experience is always needed, no matter how good your offensive line is.
When playing in over a hundred NFL games, you pick up a few tips and tricks on how to improve your game. Jerry, at the ripe age of 34, could easily help serve as a backup and provide these tips to the younger guys like Wyatt Teller.
Jerry spent his last season down the road in Cincinnati, so he should be used to the Ohio life already. If the Browns are looking for a backup with some experience, Jerry has more experience than every guy on this list.