The Cleveland Browns may be active participants on the waiver wire
The Cleveland Browns have been active participants on the waiver wire on cutdown days in recent history, and after some major injuries to their roster suffered during their 2020 training camp, they could once again look to fill a void or two using this system of adding players. With some big holes to fill, specifically on the defensive side of the football which is where they suffered injuries to players such as Grant Delpit and Greedy Williams, the Browns may poach those players from another roster as they get let go.
Even this season, Cleveland has already been extremely active on the waiver wire, adding the likes of 2020 NFL Draft fifth round pass rusher Curtis Weaver from the Miami Dolphins, former second round cornerback M.J. Stewart from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and wide receiver Damion Willis from a divisional rival, the Cincinnati Bengals (although, he was later cut due to a failed physical).
Expect this front office manned by new general manager Andrew Berry to be active participants as other teams as beginning to trim their rosters down to 53 players. As the Browns look to continue on towards constructing a winning roster, what are some positions they could look to upgrade with additions from the waiver wire?
While there may be a position or two offensively, they are pretty shured up on that side of the football; here we look at the defensive side of the football where most of the roster gaps exist for the Browns.