2) Wide Receiver No. 3
Wideouts Josh Gordon and Jarvis Landry had no problem calling the Browns receiving corps the “best in the NFL,” earlier this offseason. That duo headlines that group as no doubt starters – Gordon outside and Landry in the slot. Who falls in line as the third featured weapon is anyone’s guess at this point. Corey Coleman entered the league with plenty of promise in 2016 but just hasn’t been reliable. The 2016 first-round pick has also dealt with numerous injuries throughout his first two seasons in the NFL. On his tail will be rookie Antonio Callaway, who many experts considered the best wideout in this year’s draft if not for some off the field issues. Ricardo Louis could be in the mix as well and maybe even a Jeff Janis or Damion Ratley can make some noise at camp.