It's pretty remarkable to think that both of the Browns' first-round picks from the 2012 draft are no longer on this roster.
We touched on Brandon Weeden's situation earlier. But another name who belongs on this list is running back Trent Richardson.
Taken No. 3 overall by the Browns in 2012, Richardson actually pieced together a productive rookie season.
Finishing that year with 960 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns, the former Alabama Crimson Tide halfback showed off good strength and the ability to battle through injuries.
But what got lost in the midst of those numbers was the dismal 3.6 yards per carry he averaged in 2012.
After just a season in Cleveland, the Browns decided to trade Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a first-round pick during the upcoming 2014 draft.
After landing in Indianapolis, Richardson's struggles escalated.
Averaging just 2.9 yards per carry, the 22-year-old tailback couldn't hold down the starting job. Instead he ended up losing snaps to Donald Brown last season.
Bleacher Report's Matt Miller took a comprehensive look at some of the biggest reasons why Richardson has failed to live up to his massive potential.
In it, Miller notes, "Adjusting to the NFL is tough for every young player, but for Richardson to succeed, he has to start attacking openings, trusting his blockers and running with the aggression that made him a star in Tuscaloosa."
The good news is, Richardson still has plenty of time left to turn his woes around.
Though the Browns did get a first-round pick in return for his services, when you take a running back No. 3 overall, you expect him to become the nucleus of your team's offense for many seasons to come.