Yes, another defensive player for Cleveland and this time it's Arizona State linebacker Vontze Burfict. Only if the Rams and Vikings pass on Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon should they draft offense, otherwise improving the defense is their best bet.
Last season the Browns may have finished No. 2 against the pass, however, they also only defended 469 passes (ranked No. 31) compared to Green Bay who defended the most at 637. So, despite that high ranking, it's quite deceiving since most opponents just ran the ball against their No. 30 ranked rush defense (allowed 147.4 per game).
That's where Burfict comes in.
Despite playing mainly inside linebacker, Burfict has the athleticism to play OLB and blitz off the edge. Anyway you slice it, as long as he's complementing D'Qwell Jackson in the front seven, Cleveland will vastly improve against the run.
In 2011 Burfict recorded five sacks and 69 tackles while seeing a drop from 2010 which had 89 tackles. He was however, the only defender any offense really needed to stop on the Sun Devils, so drawing attention is appealing.
With the Browns, he will help stuff the run between the tackles, blitz relentlessly and is athletic enough to cover tight ends man-to-man. Include his intimidating attitude, something that's missing in Cleveland and Burfict fits the Browns mold.