5 draft moves to finally get the Cleveland Browns to a Super Bowl
By Randy Gurzi
Browns Super Bowl move No. 3: Improve the OT depth
As it stands right now, the Browns have five capable starters on the offensive line. There might be concerns about Jedrick Wills overall, but he's still a solid starting left tackle. All the way on the other side of the line is Jack Conklin, who was seen as the "other" big signing in 2020 — Austin Hooper who has since been released was the splashier move.
Conklin even signed an extension this offseason, keeping him in Northeast Ohio for a few more years. Also locked up are all three interior players in Joel Bitonio, Ethan Pocic, and Wyatt Teller. They even have a couple of capable reserve guards/centers with Nick Harris, Wes Martin, Dawson Deaton, and Michhael Dunn.
In fact, the only real concern is the depth at the tackle position. Third-year pro James Hudson currently serves as the swing tackle but outside of him, there's just Joe Haeg and Tyrone Wheatley, Jr.
That means the Browns would be wise to add more depth at the position. Unfortunately, injuries have been a major concern on the line, and rather than moving a guard out to tackle — something they've had to do recently — they would be best served to add more talented linemen that can be developed by O-line coach Bill Callahan.