The Green Bay Packers could target these five free agents to help bolster their roster before the beginning of training camp. There’s been plenty to talk about regarding the Green Bay Packers during the past few months, thanks to the ongoing Aaron Rodgers saga and the NFL Draft this past April.
Position group underwent a major overhaul during the offseason, but can the changes make a difference? Share this story Cleveland Browns general manager Andrew Berry took a sledgehammer to the defensive line during the offseason. Out are defensive ends Olivier Vernon and Adrian Clayborn, along with defensive tackles Sheldon Richardson and Larry Ogunjobi.
The 5 worst moves of the 2021 offseason for the Cleveland Browns The Cleveland Browns are Super Bowl contenders thanks to a great 2020 season and a strong 2021 offseason. The team has improved by leaps and bounds over the past few months because of the front office’s ability to find value at nearly every spot.
DBN writers take a broad look at numerous positions on the Browns Share this story One thing for certain, when the Browns lost their two starting defensive tackles from last season, Larry Ogunjobi and Sheldon Richardson, GM Andrew Berry did not sit around. He signed a bunch of help for training camp, then drafted Tommy Togiai in the NFL draft plus inked fellow rookie man-child Marvin Wilson to a rookie undrafted free agent contract.
CLEVELAND, Ohio Browns skill players are gathering in Austin this week where quarterback Baker Mayfield is hosting a passing camp. OTAs are continuing at the team facility in Berea before next week’s mandatory minicamp. So, why are some offensive players going to Austin instead of Berea?
One year ago, the novel coronavirus was in full bloom. The NFL was in a total lockdown. New Browns coach Kevin Stefanski and his staff hadn’t even met in person the players they were teaching on Zoom calls. The scene on June 2, 2021, on the practice fields in Berea was totally different.
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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Be sure to catch today’s edition of cleveland.com’s exclusive new online show, “Sports 4 CLE,” brought to you by Tri-C, each day at 4 p.m. On today’s Sports4CLE: Today, cleveland.com Browns beat writer Mary Kay Cabot joins to discuss how Baker Mayfield is getting offseason work in with his teammates, the latest on the Browns and Sheldon Richardson, and more;
The Cleveland Browns have remade their defense during the 2021 offseason much in the way that they did the offense in the 2020 offseason. The biggest loss on the defensive side of the ball came when the Browns cut veteran DT Sheldon Richardson. As we shared this morning, a Richardson return has been discussed.
Earlier this offseason, the Cleveland Browns parted ways with defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson. The veteran tackle was owed $13 million against the salary cap this upcoming season. Instead, the Browns released Richardson and took a $1.6 million dead cap hit when releasing him. Despite getting cut, it doesn’t sound like the former Pro Bowl tackle has any hard feelings against Cleveland.
There’s are still those who believe Sheldon Richardson will return to the Browns. The Browns made the decision early in the offseason to cut veteran Sheldon Richardson due to his massive contract. The move was mostly due to the need to make room under the cap for Jadeveon Clowney but it was also long overdue.
The Cleveland Browns released defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson earlier this offseason, but could he make a return to the team? The answer to that question is yes, at least according to Mary Kay Cabot, of Cleveland.com. Richardson’s release was a surprise to some as the defensive tackle was a productive player in his two years in Orange and Brown, but what it came down to was money, which after all, the NFL is a business.
Share this article The Cleveland Browns have remade their defense this offseason. Joining Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward, and Ronnie Harrison, the Browns could have as many as eight new starters on that side of the ball in 2021. That number is not set in stone as one of the returning linebackers could be considered a starter, even if somewhat unlikely, and there is the possible return of Sheldon Richardson.
Baker Mayfield set to host offensive teammates in Austin, Sheldon Richardson still on the radar, and more: Browns Insider
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Browns offensive skill players probably won’t be at voluntary organized team activities this week, but it doesn’t mean they won’t be working hard. While many of the defensive players will be at the Browns facility for their second week of OTAs, Baker Mayfield is set to host some of his offensive teammates in Austin, Tex.
The Minnesota Vikings do not have a dire need at the three-technique defensive tackle position. General Manager Rick Spielman unexpectedly signed Dalvin Tomlinson from the New York Giants in March, filling a 3DT hole experienced by the Viking since Sheldon Richardson left the organization. Tomlinson is an apt run-stuffer with a knack for rushing the passer.
The Cowboys’ weapons on offense are coming into 2021 with a healthy quarterback and offensive line, and are expected to deliver on expectations. PFF released their wide receiver group rankings and Dallas’ corps was high on the list. Tight end Dalton Schultz has also been an unsung hero in the Cowboys offense and welcomes back Blake Jarwin for this season.
The Cleveland Browns head into the 2021 season with a loaded roster. Could signing one of these five free agents late in the year make them elite? The Cleveland Browns have been busy this offseason. General manager Andrew Berry has assembled a roster that many believe can compete for a title in 2021.
While the frenzy of free agency is long in the rearview, there remains on the open market a player the Dallas Cowboys “need” to secure before the 2021 NFL season. Per Bleacher Report’s Kristopher Knox, the Cowboys “should take a long look at” signing former Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, completing a months-long defensive rebuild.
Competition to get on the field for the Cleveland Browns in 2021 figures to be fierce. After the team's run to the divisional round in the 2020 postseason, general manager Andrew Berry spent the offseason making a playoff roster even stronger. The Browns had few losses of note (Sheldon Richardson and Larry Ogunjobi being the exceptions) while adding a bevy of talented players including John Johnson III, Troy Hill, Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah and Greg Newsome II.
With key offseason activities complete, the Carolina Panthers still have more potential starting talent to go after in free agency should they wish. So far this offseason, the Carolina Panthers have been on point with addressing needs on the team. They made great moves during free agency while also filling many positions during the 2021 NFL Draft during an eventful three-day process that ended with 11 selections.