Just three teams had a wide receiver and a tight end named to the Pro Bowl last season and the Browns were one of them.

Josh Gordon put distance between himself and his two-game drug ban like he did so many defensive backs in leading the NFL with 1,646 receiving yards. Jordan Cameron also enjoyed a breakout season with 917 yards and seven touchdowns. The Browns top receiver and tight end accrued those numbers while playing with rotating quarterbacks.

The club looks solid at tight end with Cameron and Gary Barnidge. But the Browns must find a complement receiver opposite Gordon while also upgrading in the slot after releasing troubled Davone Bess.

The draft is deep at receiver and the Browns are likely to land one in the early rounds. It wouldn’t be a shock to see them grab another in free agency, particularly one adept in the slot.

Let’s start with a roster reset at receiver: Gordon, Greg Little, Travis Benjamin, Josh Cooper, Tori Gurley, Charles Johnson, 25 and Conner Vernon. Now, lets look at free-agent class, which lacks star power. I don’t see the Browns paying big money for Denver’s Eric Decker and Seattle is likely to sign Golden Tate. So here are several alternatives:

Emmanuel Sanders (27) Pittsburgh Steelers – He posted career highs with 67 receptions, 740 yards and six TDs. Signing Sanders could strengthen the Browns in the slot, while also weakening a division rival. He had a $2.5 million salary cap hit last season.