A Realistic Free Agent Wish List for the Cleveland Browns, Based on Cap Space

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A Realistic Free Agent Wish List for the Cleveland Browns, Based on Cap Space
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All signs point to the Cleveland Browns changing out decision makers in 2013. No matter who is calling the shots for free agency, they will have a lot of money to work with. According to the Sun-Sentinel, the Browns are approximately $18 million under next years projected cap.

The increase in cap space for NFL teams in 2013 will be relatively flat, with a modest increase per team of $400,000, according to Yahoo Sports' Jason Cole.

The $18 million may be another key reason that new owner Jimmy Haslam is optimistic about the team turning things around in 2013, with or without Tom Heckert as the general manager.

The Browns have a nice foundation of talent and the large amount of cap space in a flat market that can allow them to get good quick.

Let's see what good young players the Browns can buy in 2013.

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