Training camp is in full swing for the Cleveland Browns in Berea, Ohio, and so begins the process of determining the best 53-player roster for Rob Chudzinski and his staff in his first year as head coach.
The team will look to build around last year's rookie duo of quarterback Brandon Weeden and running back Trent Richardson and an improved defense led by cornerback Joe Haden and free-agent linebacker Paul Kruger.
Several roster spots will be determined over the course of the next several weeks as the Browns look to climb out of the cellar in the AFC North division. With a roster full of young players, competition will be fierce.
Chudzinski will bring a new philosophy to the team as he looks to install his own brand of football and bring a winning attitude to a team that has gone 23-57 since 2008.
Chudzinski may be willing to give some of the younger players on the roster a chance as he rebuilds the team. Because of that, some veteran players will be looking for employment elsewhere by the end of the summer.