Though the draft part of the 2014 NFL draft may be over, the Cleveland Browns still have work to do. That is because every year, as soon as the final pick is made (actually before) every team starts calling up undrafted free agents, hoping to sign them.
Cleveland has already had an exciting weekend, of course. The team made five trades in total, drafting six players and acquiring three 2015 draft picks, including a first-round selection courtesy of the Buffalo Bills.
The main highlight was obviously Johnny Manziel. The Browns traded up for the former Heisman winner in the first round, adding one of the world's most famous football players. Manziel has stolen plenty of headlines already, and that won't change any time soon.
There was scarcely a position the Browns didn't address with a pick. They drafted a quarterback, running back, offensive lineman, linebacker and cornerback. One of the spots Cleveland did not upgrade upon, however, was wide receiver, one of the team's biggest needs, especially in light of a reported upcoming Josh Gordon suspension.
This was already a big weekend for the Browns. But it isn't over yet, as the team now looks to those who weren't picked.