Cleveland Browns: 5 Undrafted Free Agents That Will Make the Biggest Impact

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Cleveland Browns: 5 Undrafted Free Agents That Will Make the Biggest Impact
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The Cleveland Browns signed 18 undrafted free agents, and out of that entire group, we will break down the five who can make the biggest impact in 2013.

Although Joe Banner, Michael Lombardi and Co. made only five selections during the NFL entry draft, they stockpiled raw college recruits who are going to participate in the team's rookie minicamp, May 10-12.


Below is a list of the players inked to a contract:

Aaron Adams (offensive tackle)

Perez Ashford (wide receiver)

Josh Aubrey (cornerback)

Braxston Cave (center)

Jamaine Cook (running back)

Dominique Croom (wide receiver)

Keenan Davis (wide receiver)

Michael Edwards (wide receiver)

Paipai Falemalu (defensive end)

Chris Faulk (offensive tackle)

Caylin Hauptmann (offensive tackle)

Garrett Hoskins (tight end)

Dave Kruger (defensive tackle)—younger brother of Browns linebacker Paul Kruger.

Cordell Roberson (wide receiver)

Justin Staples (defensive end)

Travis Tannahill (tight end)

Ricky Tunstall (safety)

Martin Wallace (offensive tackle)


The final slide is going to outline which players won't make it past camp, and all statistics are courtesy of

Remember, Browns fans, legends such as Josh Cribbs and Phil Dawson were both undrafted.

Also, 15 undrafted players are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which is more than the total amount of Heisman Trophy winners enshrined.

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