By lifting the second round, what position could they fill and who would they take? – Brady H., Cleveland Hates
I have to admit we're here in the next few hundred words. Beckham's trade really drove us in line and put us in some relatively unexplored waters. Brownie will not pick the first round for the first time since 2008 and will not be on the watch – without having to play with Dorsey – to the 17th round of the second round. At this point, some things you need to keep in mind are safety – especially after the Jabrill Peppers take off ̵
- CB Justin Layne (Michigan State) – A 6-foot-2, 192-kilogram that comes from Cleveland and has the athletic traits you want from the position.
- CB Jamel Dean (Auburn) – One of the biggest performances in NFL Combine
- CB Rock Ya-Sin (Temple) –
- EDGE Christian Miller (Alabama) five years with Crimson Tide, has never managed to keep up with his potential but still has
- TE Jace Sternberger (Texas A & M) – The Browns replaced Darren Fells with Demetrius Harris but still have only four players in the position in the list today
- S Taylor Rapp (Washington) – He is not as big as "Peppers" but has the ability to play strong safety is a sign after the trade in OBJ. We traded our first reverse Jabrill Peppers and received Beckham, who has a return experience but has also proven his propensity for injuries. What will the next game look like next year? – Alex G., Monroe, North Carolina
It is too early to say how this group might look like in 2019, with the new Mike Prieffer's new co-ordinator, who takes over the reins and a number of new options on the list. has some experience, but he does it regularly as a rookie. Antonio Callaway gained little experience with last season's breakthroughs, and the run of the Dontreal Hilliard was used at the start of the second half of the year. Jarvis Landry and Duke Johnson can also do so when needed. We will have a clearer idea of this after a few OTAs and after the list is inserted with draft and unpaid free agents.
Who is the Reserve Center now that Corbett is ready to be a right-handed starter? – Bob R., Novelty
And Kyle Calis, and the new addition Eric Kush have the ability to play the position. Although Kush was used exclusively to protect Bears last season, he spent some time in the middle of the attack line with the bosses – where Dorsey was composed – and Rams. The only official offensive of Calis since 2018 is full, but he's a multifunctional interior that often shot the sideline when he came in. JC Tretter needed a break while doing a high upturn of ankle.