Added a veteran to the Cleveland Browns’ wide receiving corp would be nice to see.
When evaluating what the Cleveland Browns have on offense at wide receiver, are you impressed at all? Or do you have more questions than anything?
Adding Kenny Britt was a solid piece to the table. Meanwhile, Corey Coleman cannot stay healthy, but he is still a promising player. The question for him is will he be able to shake off the injury-riddled career up to this point?
Cleveland no longer has Andrew Hawkins as a veteran younger players could turn too. Britt is now that guy, but more pieces are still needed. Yes, Rashard Higgins and company should take their next steps forward, but just like with Coleman, there is so much uncertainty with them.
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Enter veteran WR Eric Decker. There’s a lot of options elsewhere for him that are better at the moment than Cleveland (in terms of a team’s success). However, adding Decker would benefit the young wide receivers, while also becoming another consistent wide receiver that is very much needed.
Between Decker and Britt, the position would be solid. The more the Browns can get out of Coleman, Higgins, and others, the better off they will be obviously.
Now, Decker is not a wide receiver that can be viewed as a No.1 for years to come. He is a No. 2, but with no clear top WR, he would take over or share such responsibilities with Britt. Down the road, Cleveland will get head coach Hue Jackson’s top WR, just like the type of player he worked with the Cincinnati Bengals in A.J. Green.
According to pro-football-reference.com, Decker was limited to just three games in 2016 due…
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