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While the running back position seems to have the least questions, the wide receiver position appears to have the most questions heading into the season.
I must admit that I get a chuckle when I read articles and comments full of optimism towards Mohamed Massaquoi and Brian Robiskie.
Newsflash: They are both busts. Neither of them will ever be a viable starter in this league and the sooner you and the front office get used to this truth, the sooner we can move on and have a chance at winning some games.
On the bright side, second round pick Greg Little has shown a lot of promise in camp thus far.
I believe that Little is the future of the position for the Browns. His skill-set reminds me a lot of a young Terrell Owens.
It will be interesting to see how Joshua Cribbs functions in the new west coast offense. It could end up being a perfect fit.
I personally see Greg Little and Joshua Cribbs being the starters on week one of the regular season. I also think that either Massaquoi or Robiskie will be cut before the start of the regular season.
So who else does that leave us with? I am very interested to see the return of Jonathon Haggerty to camp this year, and then there is Jordan Norwood!
Let's move on to a happier topic, the tight end position.
Benjamin Watson showed us just how good he is last year by leading the team in receptions.
Evan Moore had a somewhat disappointing campaign last season, spending much of the season injured.
The Browns drafted Jordan Cameron out of USC in a move that honestly surprised me. I thought we were fairly set at tight end, but so far this move appears to have been a wise one.
Cameron has been impressive so far in camp while Watson has been hurt. He's tall and athletic and apparently has some pretty decent hands.
He should be a player to watch this year.