1) Defensive Tackle
Cleveland yielded 2,163 total rushing yards to opponents in 2018, which averages out to 135.2 yards per game – both figures ranked 28th overall. Their issues against the run start up front in the trenches. In three seasons, Emmanuel Ogbah has made a name for himself at defensive tackle but there isn’t much help around him or behind him at the interior defensive line positions. Not only should the Browns look to add an immediate starter to their d-line, but they should be adding depth at the position too. Nowadays defensive lineman are constantly getting rotated throughout the game to combat these high powered offensives. Fortunately, there is a deep and talented class of defensive lineman entering the draft this year, so expect the Browns to address this need in April.