A month from now, free agency will be kicking off, and ESPN decided to look at the biggest looming free agency decision for all 32 NFL teams. Pat McManamon represented the Cleveland Browns, and determined that the Browns should use free agency to find upgrades at wide receiver:
No Browns receiver had more than 27 receptions last season. The position received a boost when Josh Gordon returned from suspension, but the need for a talent infusion remains. Cleveland is loaded with draft capital and cap space, meaning that acquiring talent isn’t the issue; it’s finding talent that matters. Quarterback is the top objective. But the Browns need to find pass-catchers to surround that player with too. There’s not much to say here other than the obvious: Cleveland needs help almost everywhere.

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