The Browns have many holes to fill on their roster. What free agents could Cleveland pursue next week that could alter their 2020 NFL Draft plans?
The first test of new general manager of the Cleveland Browns, Andrew Berry, as his first offseason is upon him. With free agency right around the corner, and the 2020 NFL Draft less than 50 days away, Berry has potential to add a haul of young talent to the roster in Cleveland as the Browns enter a crucial year.
The Browns have to fill more holes than one would have previously thought after former GM John Dorsey overspent last year on talent and developed an under-achieving roster. They have, however, cleared a great deal of cap space before free agency already with the release of a handful of veteran under-achievers.
All guys that Dorsey added over his two years in the Browns’ front office, Berry and his team has let cornerback T.J. Carrie, Adarius Taylor, Demetrius Harris, and Eric Kush early on in his reign. Just this week, Berry released veteran linebacker Christian Kirksey after back-to-back seasons of season-ending injuries. All in all, Berry has saved the Browns right around $20 million in cap space with these five roster moves.
Berry has already declared his intentions to be aggressive in free agency, so here we take a look at players who the Browns could sign that may alter their 2020 NFL Draft plans.