Ranking the Cleveland Browns' Biggest Needs to Address in the 2014 Draft

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Ranking the Cleveland Browns' Biggest Needs to Address in the 2014 Draft
Elise Amendola

The Cleveland Browns were the most aggressive team in free agency this offseason. They successfully added depth around the roster and upgraded a few starting positions. Unfortunately, it takes a lot more than that to turn around a 4-12 football team.

All of the Browns’ needs could not be filled during free agency, but that is why the NFL has a draft. And luckily for the Browns, they are in prime position to address those needs.

With a top-five pick, three picks in the top 35 and 10 overall, the Browns can add a group of talented players to build around in one fell swoop. They could also blow those picks and set themselves back another five years like their fans have grown accustomed to.

No pressure, Ray Farmer.

When a general manager approaches the draft, he should be looking to upgrade any position that he can. Here are five positions on the Browns roster that need the most urgent attention.

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