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4 cheap wide receiver options for the Browns



Article Summary:

The Cleveland Browns struggled mightily at the wide receiver position in 2021, mainly due to poor quarterback play but also because the room as a whole was not very good. The Browns ranked 27th in receiving yards per game at 212.9 points per game and 30th in receptions at 320.

General manager Andrew Berry will likely target wideouts in both free agency and the 2022 NFL Draft, while also addressing all of the other positions Cleveland needs to upgrade at.

The good thing for Berry and the Browns is the fact that the wide receiver depth in free agency and the draft are plentiful, so there is going to be a plethora of options they can explore that will be cheaper than going after highly-touted players.

Cleveland Browns Cheap Wide Receiver Option No. 4: D.J. Chark

This one will be one that is a wait-and-see approach as D.J. Chark suffered a fractured left ankle back in October, which ended his 2021 campaign.


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