The 2018 offseason was one to remember for Cleveland Browns fans. The team added Carlos Hyde, Jarvis Landry, Damarious Randall, and Tyrod Taylor through free agency and trades. Not only that, but added impact players like Denzel Ward, Nick Chubb, Antonio Callaway, and Genard Avery in the Draft, along with their franchise QB Baker Mayfield.
And yet, the 2019 offseason may have been even better. Morgan Burnett, Olivier Vernon, Sheldon Richardson, and Odell Beckham Jr make up this year’s class of additions, and general manager John Dorsey was able to snag LSU cornerback Greedy Williams and Alabama linebacker Mack Wilson well past where they were projected to go.
The Browns have one of, of not the most talented roster in the entire NFL, and are finally in a position to compete for a playoff berth, and possibly more. It’s been a long and difficult journey, but ultimate destination is in sight.
Cleveland’s “Browns Process” is Now Complete
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