Cleveland Browns Roster 2018 Browns Roster

5-7, 3rd AFC North

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The Browns went to the draft board loaded with picks. Baker Mayfield was the first one, but Tyrod Taylor is going to be starting to start the season. Mayfield might start games later on in the year, but Taylor is going to be the guy. The Browns also drafted Nick Chubb, and with Carlos Hyde and Duke Johnson in the mix, it will be hard for him to have a meaningful impact early on. Johnson signed an extension and it shows that they want him to have a role. The Browns also traded for Jarvis Landry, and he adds to an already solid receiving core. Josh Gordon was reinstated last season, and Corey Coleman is a threat when healthy. David Njoku is supposed to be locked into a starting role this season, and it is hard to see competition for him. The Browns have a better roster than last year, and should be in some competitive games.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB Baker Mayfield Baker Mayfield B. Mayfield 6
79
#27 QB 1 6'1" 215 23 4/14/95 0 2018 1 1 Oklahoma
QB Tyrod Taylor Tyrod Taylor T. Taylor 5
82
#16 QB 2 6'1" 215 29 8/3/89 8 2011 6 180 Virginia Tech
QB Drew Stanton Drew Stanton D. Stanton 9
68
#58 QB 3 6'3" 230 34 5/7/84 12 2007 2 43 Michigan State
RB Nick Chubb Nick Chubb N. Chubb 24
74
#71 RB 1 5'11" 227 22 12/27/95 0 2018 2 35 Georgia
RB Duke Johnson Duke Johnson D. Johnson 29
82
#32 RB 2 5'9" 207 25 9/23/93 4 2015 3 77 Miami
RB Dontrell Hilliard Dontrell Hilliard D. Hilliard 25
65
#168 RB 3 5'11" 205 23 2/26/95 0 2018 Tulane
OT Greg Robinson Greg Robinson G. Robinson 78
73
#50 OT 1 6'5" 332 26 10/21/92 5 2014 1 2 Auburn
OT Chris Hubbard Chris Hubbard C. Hubbard 74
73
#53 OT 1 6'4" 286 27 4/23/91 5 2013 UAB
OT Desmond Harrison Desmond Harrison D. Harrison 69
69
#78 OT 2 6'6" 292 25 10/8/93 0 2018
OT Chris Schneider Chris Schneider C. Schneider 67
65
#113 OT 3 6'5" 304 0 2018
ILB Ray Ray Armstrong Ray Ray Armstrong R. Ray Armstrong 52
67
#71 ILB 1 6'3" 222 29 5/6/89 6 2013 Miami
ILB Joe Schobert Joe Schobert J. Schobert 53
77
#27 ILB 2 6'1" 244 25 11/6/93 3 2016 4 99 Wisconsin
ILB Christian Kirksey Christian Kirksey C. Kirksey 58
78
#30 ILB 6'2" 233 26 8/31/92 5 2014 3 71 Iowa
OLB Genard Avery Genard Avery G. Avery 55
69
#83 OLB 1 6'0" 248 23 4/26/95 0 2018 5 150
OLB Jamie Collins Jamie Collins J. Collins 51
77
#38 OLB 1 6'3" 250 28 5/2/90 6 2013 2 52 Southern Mississipi
OLB Tanner Vallejo Tanner Vallejo T. Vallejo 54
62
#130 OLB 2 6'1" 225 23 12/16/94 2 2017 6 195 Boise State
OLB D'Juan Hines D'Juan Hines D. Hines 59
65
#111 OLB 2 6'0" 230 24 9/13/94 0 2018 Houston
OLB Demarquis Gates Demarquis Gates D. Gates 49
67
#97 OLB 3 6'2" 214 22 3/7/96 0 2018 Mississippi
SS Briean Boddy-Calhoun Briean Boddy-Calhoun B. Boddy-Calhoun 20
81
#20 SS 1 5'9" 193 25 1/21/93 3 2016 Minnesota
SS Damarious Randall Damarious Randall D. Randall 23
81
#18 SS 2 5'11" 196 22 9/18/96 4 2015 1 30 Arizona State
SS Jermaine Whitehead Jermaine Whitehead J. Whitehead 35
62
#72 SS 3 5'11" 196 25 3/12/93 2 2015 Auburn
P Britton Colquitt Britton Colquitt B. Colquitt 4
73
#25 P 1 6'3" 204 33 3/20/85 9 2009 Tennessee
P Michael Carrizosa Michael Carrizosa M. Carrizosa 17
66
#34 P 3 5'10" 229 0 2018 San Jose State
FS Jabrill Peppers Jabrill Peppers J. Peppers 22
77
#31 FS 1 5'11" 213 23 10/4/95 2 2017 1 25 Michigan
FS Derrick Kindred Derrick Kindred D. Kindred 26
82
#20 FS 2 5'10" 207 24 12/15/93 3 2016 4 129 TCU
LS Charley Hughlett Charley Hughlett C. Hughlett 47
63
#22 LS 6'4" 251 28 5/16/90 4 2012 Central Florida
C JC Tretter JC Tretter J. Tretter 64
76
#24 C 1 6'4" 307 27 2/12/91 6 2013 4 122 Cornell
DT Larry Ogunjobi Larry Ogunjobi L. Ogunjobi 65
75
#40 DT 1 6'2" 304 24 6/3/94 2 2017 3 65 Charlotte
DT Trevon Coley Trevon Coley T. Coley 93
70
#56 DT 1 6'1" 307 24 7/13/94 2 2016 Florida Atlantic
DT Carl Davis Carl Davis C. Davis 94
73
#47 DT 2 6'5" 321 26 3/2/92 4 2015 3 90 Iowa
DT Trenton Thompson Trenton Thompson T. Thompson 77
68
#60 DT 3 6'3" 288 22 7/27/96 0 2018
Freddie Kitchens Freddie Kitchens F. Kitchens 0
WR Jarvis Landry Jarvis Landry J. Landry 80
85
#26 WR 1 5'11" 205 26 11/28/92 5 2014 2 63 LSU
WR Rashard Higgins Rashard Higgins R. Higgins 81
63
#198 WR 1 6'1" 196 24 10/7/94 3 2016 5 172 Colorado State
WR Antonio Callaway Antonio Callaway A. Callaway 11
68
#147 WR 1 5'11" 200 21 1/9/97 0 2018 4 105
WR Breshad Perriman Breshad Perriman B. Perriman 19
73
#117 WR 2 6'2" 212 23 9/16/95 4 2015 1 26 Central Florida
WR Damion Ratley Damion Ratley D. Ratley 18
65
#178 WR 2 6'1" 193 23 4/16/95 0 2018 6 175
WR Joshua Cribbs Joshua Cribbs J. Cribbs 16
66
#170 WR 6'1" 215 35 6/9/83 11 2005 Kent State
TE David Njoku David Njoku D. Njoku 85
82
#15 TE 1 6'4" 246 22 7/10/96 2 2017 1 29 Miami
TE Seth DeValve Seth DeValve S. DeValve 87
78
#32 TE 2 6'3" 249 25 1/29/93 3 2016 4 138 Princeton
TE Darren Fells Darren Fells D. Fells 88
76
#45 TE 3 6'7" 281 32 4/22/86 5 2013 Cal - Irvine
TE Orson Charles Orson Charles O. Charles 82
69
#71 TE 4 6'2" 250 27 1/27/91 3 2012 4 116 Georgia
TE Pharaoh Brown Pharaoh Brown P. Brown 86
68
#100 TE 5 6'5" 246 24 5/4/94 1 2017 Oregon
DE Myles Garrett Myles Garrett M. Garrett 95
86
#18 DE 1 6'4" 272 22 12/29/95 2 2017 1 1 Texas A&M
DE Emmanuel Ogbah Emmanuel Ogbah E. Ogbah 90
79
#47 DE 1 6'4" 273 25 11/6/93 3 2016 2 32 Oklahoma State
DE Chris Smith Chris Smith C. Smith 50
68
#110 DE 2 6'1" 266 26 2/11/92 5 2014 5 159 Arkansas
DE Anthony Zettel Anthony Zettel A. Zettel 97
83
#37 DE 2 6'4" 277 26 8/9/92 3 2016 6 202 Penn State
DE Chad Thomas Chad Thomas C. Thomas 92
68
#113 DE 3 6'5" 281 23 10/12/95 0 2018 3 67 Miami
DE Collin Bevins Collin Bevins C. Bevins 11
67
#122 DE 3 6'5" 276 1 2017 NW Missouri State
CB Travis Carrie Travis Carrie T. Carrie 38
78
#57 CB 1 6'0" 206 28 7/28/90 5 2014 7 219 Ohio
CB Terrance Mitchell Terrance Mitchell T. Mitchell 39
73
#93 CB 1 5'11" 192 26 5/27/92 5 2014 7 254 Oregon
CB Tavierre Thomas Tavierre Thomas T. Thomas 27
68
#130 CB 2 6'0" 202 22 3/11/96 0 2018
CB Phillip Gaines Phillip Gaines P. Gaines 33
70
#112 CB 2 6'0" 193 27 4/4/91 5 2014 3 87 Rice
CB EJ Gaines EJ Gaines E. Gaines 28
78
#59 CB 5'10" 190 26 2/23/92 5 2014 6 188 Missouri
CB Denzel Ward Denzel Ward D. Ward 21
78
#55 CB 5'11" 183 21 4/28/97 0 2018 1 4 Ohio State
G Kevin Zeitler Kevin Zeitler K. Zeitler 70
88
#8 G 1 6'4" 314 28 3/8/90 7 2012 1 27 Wisconsin
G Joel Bitonio Joel Bitonio J. Bitonio 75
88
#9 G 1 6'4" 302 27 10/11/91 5 2014 2 35 Nevada
G Earl Watford Earl Watford E. Watford 71
69
#71 G 2 6'3" 300 28 6/24/90 5 2013 4 116 James Madison
G Austin Corbett Austin Corbett A. Corbett 63
73
#52 G 2 6'4" 306 23 9/5/95 0 2018 2 33 Nevada
K Greg Joseph Greg Joseph G. Joseph 17
68
#32 K 1 6'1" 210 24 8/4/94 0 2018

The Most Interesting Roster in Sports: 2018 Cleveland Browns

Last year, the Cleveland Browns finished their season 0-16, again. That's right. Two straight years the Browns have gone 0-16. Yikes. But they've made big changes, turning over at the general manager position, with a new philosophy following it. The coach is still Hue Jackson despite going 0-36 in his last 36 games as a coach. They're different this year though, and they're very interesting. The Browns surprised the entire league by drafting Baker Mayfield with the number one pick. He's brash, young, and cocky as hell. He also is very likeable it seems, and can lead. He is the future, but Tyrod Taylor can win games today in the N.F.L. He will start, until they begin to lose. Baker could be the quarterback as early as week five or six, but could also go startles if the Browns were to finish 9-7 or so.

Isaiah Crowell is no longer a Brown. This is something Cleveland should be grateful for as Crowell still continues to be inconsistent. He just might be too slow. Duke Johnson is still there, but he'll continue to be used as a second or third option. Nick Chubb will slowly become the guy if Carlos Hyde hasn't improved since his days as 49er. By week ten, Chubb will be the starter. Everyone panicked when Josh Gordon didn't show up at training camp. Why? Josh Gordon has missed years now, so many most fans can't even tell you when the last time they saw him play was. Yes, the idea of Jarvis Landry and Josh Gordon playing together was a lovely one, and yes, they could have been effective. But oh well. Does nobody remember Mr. Coleman? He's going to have a great season playing on the other side of Jarvis Landry and could be a fantasy sleeper this year depending on how much the Browns trust Tyrod to let it fly.

Joe Thomas is gone. That's an almost impossible gap to fill. While they have young pieces like Bitonio, the Browns line will be a little worse without the great one there to protect the blind side. Myles Garrett was the number one overall pick last year. He has one of the most prolific potentials among any prospect in years. His intangibles are incredible and his athleticism at his position is off the charts. He has every physical gift he could have for the position, but the question has arisen. How much does Myles Garrett actually care about football? If the answer is "it's everything", he'll lead the Browns defense into greatness. Will it happen though?

The young defensive line of the 2018 Cleveland Browns is an interesting specimen. Beyond Garrett, the line is full of potential. Ogbah has proven himself to be an NFL level player and Larry Ogunjobi is but a tiny step behind. The real questions it lie with Trevon Coley. The linebacker core is shockingly solid. They play smart and efficient and do their jobs properly. Jamie Collins and Kirksey are as solid a duo as any in the modern league. How good is Denzel Ward though? Is Jabrill Pepper ready to be the beast he can be? These are the two questions on the Browns defense that will decide their fate. This a team of "boom or bust" players. If they boom, Cleveland will reward them greatly. This isn't a season they're allowed to be glad to win four games though, and everyone knows that. This is a pressure cooker of a situation and will be a great watch this season.