5 Cleveland Browns who need a dominant training camp to survive

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May 25, 2022; Berea, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson (4) talks to wide receiver Anthony Schwartz (10) during organized team activities at CrossCountry Mortgage Campus. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports /

Player No. 2: Cleveland Browns WR Anthony Schwartz

There have been various opinions on Anthony Schwartz and exactly what he brings to the Browns wide receiver group. While he was drafted out of Auburn because of his speed he struggled most of last year with route running and missed out on several opportunities.

He also took kickoffs as well but didn’t do anything that had fans overly impressed. While the Browns don’t have the deepest core of wide receivers as they may have in the past, Schwartz is going to have to work in this year’s training camp in order to make this team’s final roster.

Cleveland went out and traded for Amari Cooper. They also drafted David Bell, from Purdue. They already have Donovan People-Jones as one of their primary wideouts as well.

The Browns have several other wide receivers invited to training camps including Isaiah Watson, Javon Wims, Michael Woods II, Travell Harris, Mike Harley Jr, and Ja’Marcus Bradley. So there will be a thorough tryout period and the former track star from Auburn better know how to better run routes in this training camp.

I suspect he’ll make that final 53-man roster, but he needs to keep grinding and learning the wide receiver position better.