Over the past few seasons, speculation and analysis around the Cleveland Browns centered primarily around their quarterback Baker Mayfield and superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. Cleveland fans and football savants will dive a little deeper and talk about their dangerous rushing offense, helmed by a similarly stellar pairing in Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt.
However, what many forget when talking about the Browns’ well-rounded offense is their increasingly scary roster on the other side of the ball. Leader Myles Garrett had a 2020 season plagued by a minor injury, yet the former number one pick still warranted a comfortable All-Pro nod, and the roster around him is quietly terrifying, and just got even scarier this past offseason. The team’s biggest acquisition during free agency? Fellow former number one pick Jadeveon Clowney, who himself has been plagued by injuries that have hampered his attempts to live up to his draft stock.