3 Free Agents Browns Should Sign to Boost Super Bowl Odds

Chiefs, Mecole Hardman. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)
Chiefs, Mecole Hardman. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images) /

Sitting at +3500 to win the Super Bowl, the Browns appear just a few moves away from serious contention in the AFC.

Deshaun Watson looked ineffective after missing 11 games due to suspension, but oddsmakers expect a return to form from the quarterback.

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3 Free Agents the Browns Should Sign to Boost Super Bowl Odds

T.J. Edwards, Linebacker

Last year’s leading tackler (158) on the NFC Champion Eagles, Edwards may be looking for a new home after the Eagles voided his contract. He may return to Philly, but Cleveland should be doing its best to pry the former undrafted rookie away.

The Browns’ defense needs help at every level, and Edwards would bring a tough attitude to the middle of the field to set the tone. In addition to Myles Garrett on the line and Denzel Ward in the secondary, securing Edwards would give Cleveland a star at every level of the defense.

It might be pricey as Edwards looks to secure his first massive contract, but this kind of move would give the Browns a defense that can compete in the AFC North.

Daron Payne, Defensive Tackle

Sticking with the defense, Payne should be priority No. 1 for the Browns’ front office. Despite Myles Garrett’s outsized presence on the defensive line, Cleveland’s pass rush really struggled this season. It ranked 29th in the NFL with just 30 sacks, so upgrading the interior is a must.

Enter Payne, who notched a career-high 11.5 sacks for the Commanders last season while wreaking havoc in the trenches. He would instantly shore up Cleveland’s defensive line while forming one of the NFL’s most formidable pass-rushing duos with Garrett.

If Washington doesn’t use the franchise tag on him, Payne should be general manager Andrew Barry’s top target.

Mecole Hardman, Wide Receiver

The Chiefs are likely to move on from the speedy former second-round pick, and he’d be a great addition to Cleveland’s wide receiver room. Deshaun Watson needs weapons to round out his playmaking options, and Hardman is one of the league’s premier gadget players.

Hardman excelled at jet sweeps and quick slants with the Chiefs, giving him the kind of skillset that would pair perfectly with Amari Cooper’s precision route-running and Donovan Peoples-Jones’ deep threat ability.

Perhaps the best part is that Hardman likely won’t cost much after spending much of this season on the sidelines nursing an injury. Expect Cleveland to target the two-time Super Bowl champion on a prove-it deal to inject some lightning into the offense.

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