Report: Browns could target a former first round OT in free agency
The Cleveland Browns still have their underperforming left tackle Jedrick Wills under contract for at least one more season (two if they pick up his fifth-year option), and signed right tackle Jack Conklin to a new deal at the end of the season. They could, however, be looking to add talented depth to their roster. According to The OBR’s Brad Stainbrook, those around the league would not be shocked to see him land in Cleveland:
“Eagles left tackle Andre Dillard will become a free agent this offseason, and a league source tells TheOBR.com that they wouldn’t be surprised to see Cleveland interested.”
While the Browns will continue to give former 2020 first rounder Jedrick Wills every opportunity to become the player they hoped he would be, having depth along their offensive line has never served the Browns poorly over the past three seasons.
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