The NFL Combine is right around the corner. It will certainly be a busy week as Browns GM John Dorsey and his staff will be scouting some of the top talent heading into the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Combine is also a place where teams will be discussing any potential trades or free agents that they want to acquire. It will be no different for the Browns.
Bill Barnwell of ESPN tabs the Browns as potential suitors for defensive linemen Brandon Graham and Ndamukong Suh.
Suh will be 32 in the 2019 season. He just went to his first Super Bowl with the Los Angles Rams. During last years offseason. Suh signed a one year deal with the Rams worth $14 million. Suh is a former first round pick, second overall selection of the Detroit in 2010.
Graham will be 31 this upcoming season. Last season he made $7 million with the Philadelphia Eagles. He won a Super Bowl with the Eagles back in 2017 season when they beat the Patriots. He was the first round selection, 13th overall selection of the Eagles in 2010.
There have been rumors of the Browns being interest in either of these players. Seeing how defensive tackle is a huge need for them this off-season. Browns fans should expect to explore these two potential suitors. The Browns will have $77 million in cap space. That number is bound to change with the some potential roster moves coming up shortly.