Newly appointed general manager Andrew Berry and the Cleveland Browns have many options available to them when the 2020 NFL Draft begins next Thursday evening. Berry is in a unique position as a first time GM and will have to manage to conduct the business of a draft that is not in an NFL war room.
Cleveland holds some weight in how this first round will unfold. Will Berry simply take the best available offensive tackle at No. 10 overall? Will he take the team's highest-rated player on its board? Maybe the best idea for Berry is to trade back in the first round to gather some extra ammo for later in the draft.