The Cleveland Browns went 0-16 this past season, and the only other team to finish 0-16 was the 2008 Detroit Lions. The Browns are 1-31 the past two seasons and need a turnaround quick, but it can't get any worse right?
Cleveland enters 2018 with $112.4 million in cap space, which is the second most in the NFL. Don't be surprised to see the Browns spend a ton of money this offseason and cut players who don't make sense long term. As such, here are three Browns players who may get cut this offseason.
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1.) Cody Kessler, QB
This season, the Browns ranked 26th in passing yards (2,778), 28th in passing touchdowns (13), and last in interceptions (25). With that being said it's no surprise that one of Cleveland's top priorities is finding a quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft. Cody Kessler is scheduled to make $924,295 in 2018 with only a $332,394 dead cap hit, meaning he will likely be the odd quarterback out.
2.) Nate Orchard, OLB
The Browns are in desperate need for another outside linebacker to play next to Jamie Collins. Orchard is scheduled to make $1.04 million in 2018 with a dead cap hit of $337K. He had only 25 tackles and two sacks last season, which isn't enough production to be justifiable for this Browns team.
3.) Randall Telfer, TE
The Browns first-round selection in the 2017 NFL draft was tight end David Njoku, who is the present and the future for the Browns at the tight end position, which means Telfer is the odd man out. He had three catches for 36 yards in 2017 and is scheduled to make $734,385 in 2018 with a dead cap hit of $29,386 if cut.Back to the Cleveland Browns Newsfeed