2. Cleveland Browns
There is something brewing for the Cleveland Browns under the direction of the former Oklahoma Sooners Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Baker Mayfield. The 2018 Offensive Rookie of the Year contender put together a nice regular season, tossing more than 20 touchdown passes.
Adding Lil’Jordan Humphrey to the wide receiver depth chart for the Browns would make for an interesting, but very talented, group. If the Browns are to add what seems like that final missing piece to the puzzle for the receiving corps through the 2019 NFL Draft, this offense could come together in a big way.
Humphrey would be added to a group that includes the former LSU Tigers product Jarvis Landry, Florida Gators’ Antonio Callaway, and Rashard Higgins. This group was mostly productive this past season, but there’s still something missing. Wide receiver isn’t the biggest need for the Brown in this draft, but it is something the front office should hit on.
If nothing else, Humphrey might be able to help steady out a weird dynamic that the Browns are about to have in this locker room with a ton of fiery personalities and controversial players. Adding the former Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt to the backfield might be the most controversial move any team made thus far in the 2019 off-season.