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The 2020 season was a historic one for the Cleveland Browns.

It was a season in which the team exercised their satanic forces by winning a playoff video game versus Ben Roethlisberger in Heinz Field, developed a franchise quarterback and head coach duo and entirely reversed the culture inside Berea.

Nevertheless, a couple of glaring issues dominated, especially in the Cleveland Browns 22-17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional round of the NFL Playoffs.

The Browns will likely bring a nearly upgraded defense to Berea for the start of training camp this summer season. Not just will children like Greedy Williams and Grant Delpit gain back health, however the Browns will most likely elect to let a few of the veterans such as Andrew Sendejo, Kevin Johnson, and B.J. Goodson find brand-new houses in the NFL.

Several essential pieces to the Browns’ newfound success end up being complimentary representatives this offseason.

Right guard Wyatt Teller, pass receiver Rashard Higgins, cornerback Terrance Mitchel, and strong safety Karl Joseph are all impactful gamers that will need to be restored or find new homes. Nearly certainly, some of the players on expired agreements will be restored. Additionally, franchise foundation pieces like Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb and Denzel Ward are eligible to cash in on huge paydays.

Presently, the Browns remain in a good position when it comes to open cap space. The group will not be strapped for money like the Pittsburgh Steelers or New Orleans Saints. While it is still not entirely clear what the income cap will appear like due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Over The Cap explains each group’s monetary circumstance in this chart.

Let’s take a peek at some prospective complimentary representatives for basic supervisor Andrew Berry to obtain this offseason.