Depth is a necessity if you want to have a competitive team in the final weeks of the regular season. The Cleveland Browns have arguably the most starting talent they have had since their return in 1999. Now they have to add the right guys for depth.
Injuries happen in the NFL. It is the unfortunate reality of the league. The way you combat those injuries is with a roster full of guys who can step in and compete at a high level.
The Browns selected six players in the draft and then signed 11 more undrafted free agents. Those undrafted free agents may not have gotten to walk across the stage in New York, but they have an opportunity just the same.
The great general managers in the NFL can identify contributors who were not drafted. Browns general manager Ray Farmer gets his first shot at doing that this season.
Let’s take a look at some of the undrafted free agents and assess their chances of making the roster.