Now that the NFL draft is over and Johnny Manziel is in Cleveland, it is easy to lose sight of the fact that there is still work to be done with the Cleveland Browns. Sure, they added six players who all look to be contributing pieces, but there are still quite a few questions to be answered.
No team can fix all its issues in one season—especially not a team that only won four games just one year ago. It takes time to put quality players in each and every spot. That is why teams like the Browns have to mask weaknesses with schemes or find guys that no one else thought of to fill a role.
As minicamps start to ramp up, it will be interesting to see how many of the 11 undrafted free agents the Browns will bring in can make an impact. Most will be warm bodies to take reps but a few will inevitably make the squad.
If the Browns are lucky—and good—they will even have one that becomes a regular contributor to the team. Let’s just hope it isn’t quarterback Connor Shaw because that would mean the season took a turn for the worse.
So, let’s look at the next five things the Browns need to figure out now that the draft has concluded.