3 players the Browns should move on from this offseason

Not much more needs to be said about the type of season the Cleveland Browns had in 2019. As fans in Cleveland have grown accustomed to, the Browns were downright disappointing, to put it nicely.

Last offseason, the Browns were able to land Odell Beckham Jr. in a blockbuster trade with the New York Giants. With talent littered throughout the roster, many assumed that Cleveland would immediately become a contender in 2019.

On the contrary, they compiled an abysmal 6-10 record and missed the playoffs for the 18th consecutive season. It’s safe to say that the Browns won’t draw as much hype as they did before this season.

After hiring Kevin Stefanski as their next head coach and Andrew Berry as their new general manager, Cleveland is heading into a crucial offseason. Just a month or so after accepting the jobs, Stefanski and Berry will have to decipher what to do in free agency.

Similarly to most teams, the Browns have notable names that they’ll have to re-sign or allow to walk in free agency. Considering that, here are three players the Browns should move on from this offseason.

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