The Cleveland Browns Offseason Still Has a Long Way To Go


Published: March 11, 2009


... they? But what about the offense? To be honest, the Browns offense needs more.

In 2008, the Browns offense scored an average of 14.5 points a game, ranking 30th in the league. On the other hand, the Browns defense gave up an average of 21.9 points a game, ranking 17th. If you think about it, the Browns really do need more offensive help.

So far in this offseason, the Browns haven't made too big of a splash but have made some moves.

Their first move was trading Kellen Winslow, Jr. to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for their 2009 second-round pick (50th overall) and their 2010 fifth-round pick. With Winslow gone, their offensive production should lower even more, making offense an even more pressing need.

The next move was signing Winslow's replacement in veteran tight end Robert Royal. Royal is no Winslow, but he is a consistent veteran who can block, something Winslow wasn't to good at.

The next move they made was signing defensive lineman C.J. Mosley, who...

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