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Cleveland Browns

Depth Chart

QB

Tyrod Taylor (1)
Baker Mayfield (2)
Drew Stanton (3)
Brogan Roback (4)

RB

Carlos Hyde (1)
Nick Chubb (2)
Duke Johnson (3)
Matt Dayes (4)
Dontrell Hilliard (5)

WR

Josh Gordon (1)
Jarvis Landry (2)
Corey Coleman (3)
Rashard Higgins (4)
Antonio Callaway (5)
Ricardo Louis (6)
Damion Ratley (7)
Jeff Janis (8)
C.J. Board (9)
Evan Berry (10)
Da'Mari Scott (11)
Derrick Willies (12)

TE

David Njoku (1)
Seth DeValve (2)
Darren Fells (3)
Devon Cajuste (4)
Julian Allen (5)

FB

Danny Vitale (1)
Marquez Williams (2)

K

Zane Gonzalez (1)
Ross Martin (2)

P

Britton Colquitt (1)
Justin Vogel (2)

PR

Antonio Callaway (1)
Jabrill Peppers (2)
Duke Johnson (3)
Evan Berry (4)
Jarvis Landry (5)

KR

Jabrill Peppers (1)
Antonio Callaway (2)
Matt Dayes (3)
Evan Berry (4)

CB1

E.J. Gaines (1)
TJ Carrie (2)
Terrance Mitchell (3)
Mike Jordan (4)

CB2

Denzel Ward (1)
Briean Boddy-Calhoun (2)
Howard Wilson (3)
Denzel Rice (4)
Simeon Thomas (5)
Tigie Sankoh (6)

DE1

Emmanuel Ogbah (1)
Carl Nassib (2)
Chris Smith (3)
Lenny Jones (4)

DE2

Myles Garrett (1)
Chad Thomas (2)
Nate Orchard (3)
Marcell Frazier (4)

DT1

Trevon Coley (1)
Caleb Brantley (2)
Jeremy Faulk (3)
Daniel Ekuale (4)

DT2

Larry Ogunjobi (1)
Jamie Meder (2)
Trenton Thompson (3)

ILB1

Joe Schobert (1)
Jermaine Grace (2)
Genard Avery (3)

OLB1

Jamie Collins (1)
James Burgess (2)
Brady Sheldon (3)

OLB2

Christian Kirksey (1)
Mychal Kendricks (2)
B.J. Bello (3)

FS

Damarious Randall (1)
Justin Currie (2)
Elijah Campbell (3)
Micah Hannemann (4)

SS

Derrick Kindred (1)
Jabrill Peppers (2)
Derron Smith (3)
Montrel Meander (4)

Team News

May have competition

Kirksey's new teammate Mychal Kendricks (ankle) will focus on the weakside linebacker position in Cleveland's 4-3 base defense, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
6/17/2018 8:58:33 AM

Fantasy Analysis
The Browns have a logjam at linebacker after adding Kendricks to a group that returns each of its three starters from last season. Despite piling up 286 tackles and six sacks the past two years, Kirksey no longer seems assured of a three-down role. It does help that he has experience playing in the middle, though he primarily operated as a weakside 'backer last year. Kendricks may end up taking snaps from Joe Schobert and/or Jamie Collins (knee) rather than Kirksey, but it will be hard to get a read on the situation until August or even September.

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