Offensive Line (9)
Jedrick Wills, Jr.
Chris Hubbard (PUP)
The Cleveland Browns had one of the best offensive lines in the NFL last season, and a lot of that credit should be shared between the players, coaching staff, and front office.
First, general manager Andrew Berry did a great job in solidifying the line with the addition of Jack Conklin in free agency and Jedrick Wills in the draft. Then there was also the hiring of Bill Callahan, one of the best offensive line coaches in the game who helped everyone reach their potential.
But of course, the players are the ones who actually perform on the field, and guys like Wyatt Teller, Joel Bitonio, and J.C. Tretter were all at their best in 2020.
Not only that, but the depth was great as well with Chris Hubbard leading the way as their top reserve. An injury late in the season has Hubbard rehabbing and he’s predicted to start the season on the PUP list.
With him out, rookie James Hudson and second-year player Alex Taylor should be the reserve tackles with Blake Hance and Nick Harrison handling the interior. Drew Forbes is a player to watch as well but Hance edges him out here.