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The first wave of big NFL offseason headlines will arrive next week as the first wave of big ticket free-agents select their new homes.

The landscape of the league could make a drastic shift — this appears to be one of the most talented free-agent classes in recent memory — and the Browns, who have an ample amount of cap space for 2021, will have plenty of options to potentially improve their roster.

It all starts March 17. Until then, we’re taking a look Stitched Cleveland Browns Jerseys at some positions the Browns could target in the free agent market.

Next up: Wide receivers

Who’s Back?
Odell Beckham Jr. – Beckham caught 23 passes and three touchdowns in seven games. His season came to an unfortunate end when he suffered a knee injury early in Week 7.

Jarvis Landry – One of the top leaders on the Browns, Landry caught 73 passes and three touchdowns and filled a large portion of the receiving void that opened when Beckham was absent.

Donovan Peoples-Jones – The sixth-round rookie from Michigan recorded 14 receptions for 304 yards and two touchdowns, including his touchdown catch in the final minute of the Browns’ Week 7 win that was arguably their best play of the year. Peoples-Jones also shared kick and punt return duties.

Ja’Marcus Bradley – Bradley was thrusted into a top role in Week 16 after the receiving room navigated through positive COVID-19 tests. He made five receptions for 60 yards.

Ryan Switzer – The former Steelers receiver signed with the Browns as a practice squad pickup in the middle of the season and provided depth at receiver and returner.

Alexander Hollins – Hollins, an Eastern Illinois product, was signed to the practice squad in late December.

Derrick Willies – Willies spent most of 2020 on the Browns’ practice squad.

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Who Could Hit the Market?
Rashard Higgins – His bond with quarterback Baker Mayfield shined bright in 2020 and helped the receiver room stay afloat without Beckham in the lineup.

KhaDarel Hodge – The Browns on Monday placed a tender on the restricted free agent.

JoJo Natson – Natson entered 2020 as one of the Browns’ top returners, but he suffered a season-ending injury in Week 3. He returned three punts for 23 yards.

Taywan Taylor – Taylor appeared in three games and spent four weeks on Injured Reserve.

Marvin Hall – Hall was acquired off waivers from the Detroit Lions, where he caught 17 receptions for two touchdowns.

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6. Kenny Golladay, Lions – He enters the offseason as one of the best receivers on the market despite playing in only five games in 2020. He led the NFL with 11 touchdowns in 2019 and will have plenty of interest in teams looking for a sure-handed receiver.

12. Will Fuller, Texans – The speedster built his reputation on catching deep balls and recorded a career-high eight touchdowns in 2020 before a PED suspension, which will carry into Week 1 in 2021, ended his year.

14. Curtis Samuel, Panthers – Samuel, an Ohio State alum, caught 77 passes for 851 yards — both career highs. He also rushed 41 times for 200 yards and should be a great fit for a coach with a creative offensive mind.

15. JuJu Smith-Schuster, Steelers – The Browns are well aware of what Smith-Schuster can do with the football. He caught a career-high nine touchdowns last season.

21. Corey Davis, Titans – The 2017 first-round pick built a career-best season in 2020 with 65 receptions for 984 yards and five touchdowns. He’ll have plenty of interest from teams who believe his ceiling can go even higher.

33. T.Y. Hilton, Colts – His 2020 numbers suggest a regression many people would expect from a 31-year-old, but a strong finish to the season showed he can still be a top-tier playmaker.

44. Nelson Agholor, Raiders – The 2015 first-round pick made the most of his change of scenery from Philadelphia to Las Vegas. His big year — 896 receiving yards, eight touchdowns — has him set to cash in.

46. John Brown, Bills – He’s 31, but he’s still one of the fastest players on the field. He caught three touchdowns in nine games last season and is looking to join his fourth team in the last eight years.

47. Marvin Jones, Lions – A 978-yard season has him trending in the right direction. He’s caught nine touchdowns in each of the last two seasons.

50. Sammy Watkins, Chiefs – Watkins hasn’t been as big of a producer as he was in his first three seasons with the Bills and has missed at least six games in three of the last five years.

54. Antonio Brown, Buccaneers – He built a strong connection with Tom Brady but doesn’t appear to have the same elite skills from his days with the Steelers.

66. Cordarrelle Patterson, Bears – His talents always shine brightest in the return game and can be used both at running back and receiver.

87. Emmanuel Sanders, Saints – Still capable of bolstering a receivers room at age 34. Slight regression in 2020, although he still caught five touchdowns and totaled 726 receiving yards.

93. Breshad Perriman, Jets – The former Browns receiver is back on the open market and will provide speed to whichever team signs him next.

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The Cleveland Browns roster is loaded with young talent.

Seven of those players were drafted by the Browns in the 2020 NFL Draft.

With the exception of Grant Delpit who ruptured his Achilles in the preseason, the remaining six saw playing time in 2020.

One of those players is wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones (DPJ).

DPJ played on both offense and special teams in his first NFL season and is poised for a breakout year in 2021.

There are several factors in his favor to help him break out in 2021.

Wide Receiver Roster Is Talented But Uncertain

Going into 2020, DPJ could have been Stitched Cleveland Browns Jerseys considered the fourth wide receiver on the depth chart.

There was a talented and experienced trio in front of him.

They are Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry, and Rashard “Hollywood” Higgins.

With OBJ recovering from his ACL injury, the timeline for his return is unknown.

Some argue he may not return and will be traded.

To date, there has been no indications that the Browns’ front office is considering that.

Jarvis Landry, thankfully, is going nowhere and should be firing on all cylinders in 2021 because he is healthy this offseason.

Higgins is an unrestricted free agent, the same as he was last year, before signing a one year deal to stay with the Browns.

The wide receiver free agent market is saturated so it’s not clear if the Browns will re-sign Higgins or what the plan may be.

Which brings us to DPJ.

With one year of NFL experience under his belt and a developing chemistry with Baker Mayfield, the future is bright.

He could potentially be WR2 or WR3 depending on how things transpire with OBJ and Higgins.

His Skill Set

DPJ can do it all.

He is a deep threat but also a red zone target.

DPJ adds depth on special teams also.

He showed good hands and steady nerves with this clutch game-winning touchdown catch.

The current Jacksonville Jaguars HC Urban Meyer thought DPJ was a Top 10 draft pick last year.

Instead, the Browns picked him up in the sixth round.

His comments were met with surprise and skepticism, but Meyer knows talent.

“I think that guy should be a top-10 pick”, Meyer says in the video.

“In high school, Donovan was one of the best receivers I’ve ever seen”.

A Regular Preseason

The regular preseason schedule will help all of the rookies not just DPJ.

In his case, if he is more involved in the offense, he will have more practice time with Mayfield and the first team.

His role in the 2021 offense should be larger.

When he had opportunities in 2020, he consistently converted.

He was targeted 20 times last season and caught 14 of the passes for 304 yards and 2 TDs.

DPJ caught 2 of 3 passes targeted for him in the playoffs.

Not only is DPJ an accomplished football player, but he is also a well-rounded person.

He is focused on football but has admirable off-the-field goals also.

@BrettKollmann ever track down why Donovan Peoples-Jones fell to the 6th? I follow the team as closely as anybody and the most I ever heard about off-field distractions is he volunteered at the hospital a lot because he’s interested in becoming a doctor when football’s over.

— Seth M. Fisher (@Misopogon) May 7, 2020

Donovan Peoples-Jones is an exciting young player whose career trajectory will be fun to watch in 2021.

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Andy Janovich was nervous.

It was early in training camp, and the fifth-year fullback was just getting into the swing of things with his new team. After four years in Denver, Janovich had a new home in Cleveland, and he was already feeling the love. The offseason was weird, sure, but months of Zoom meetings helped Janovich get to know his new teammates and coaches while also stoking his excitement for the upcoming season.

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But now, upon a request from his new coach, Janovich was consumed with uneasiness. His stomach was churning.

Kevin Stefanski alerted Janovich he’d be one of the first players to share his Four H’s — History, Heroes, Heartbreaks and Hopes — with the entire team: players, coaches, the whole nine. He’d follow new S Karl Joseph, who would kick off a meeting that, despite the truncated, every-second-counts build-up to the 2020 season, would focus little on football. It was about getting to know the players behind the masks, something that was so much tougher to do in a COVID-restricted offseason, which completely wiped out any organic interactions between players and coaches.

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Janovich was acquired by the Browns in a March trade with the Broncos for a reason: They needed a badass, nasty, unafraid fullback for their offense. He checked all of the boxes. Janovich, though, prefers to let his punishing, physical style of play do the talking and rarely enjoys actually talking about it. He’s all about the work, a philosophy Stefanski has preached to his players ever since his very first (virtual) team meeting in April.

Simply put, Janovich would rather crack shoulder pads with a stampeding linebacker for hours on end than speak in front of a large group of people for a few minutes.

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Mayfield completed 12 of his first 14 passes, with one of the incompletions coming on a drop on the opening drive by Donovan Peoples-Jones, which would’ve given Mayfield five touchdown throws in the half.

Mayfield is the only NFL quarterback to toss four touchdowns in a half this season — and he has achieved the feat twice, including in Week 7 in the second half of a comeback victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Mayfield became the first Cleveland quarterback with multiple four-touchdown passing games in a season since Brian Sipe in 1983.

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“We are taking it one game at a time. We are handling everything inside the building. We know there was a lot of talk of this game leading up to it, but we weren’t worried about that,” Mayfield said. “We were just worried about doing our job and doing it at a very high level.”

In a key AFC matchup, the Browns jumped to a 17-0 lead on the first play of the second quarter with Mayfield’s second touchdown throw, as he found backup offensive tackle Kendall Lamm, who had lined up as a tight end, from the 1-yard line.

“I give credit to the players. We talked all week about our work during the week was going to be a determining factor in how we play, and the guys worked their butts off all week,” Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said. “They understand what a good operation looks like and what efficient football looks like, and I was proud of how they played.”

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After the Titans scored on their ensuing drive, Mayfield answered on Cleveland’s next play from scrimmage with a 75-yard touchdown strike to Peoples-Jones, who faked out the Tennessee secondary with an up-and-out move.

The Titans finally cut the deficit to one score with 28 seconds remaining after Mayfield’s fumble set up Ryan Tannehill’s late touchdown pass. But Cleveland fullback Andy Janovich recovered Tennessee’s last-gasp onside kick.

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The Browns haven’t been 9-3 since 1994, when they finished the regular season 11-5 and advanced to the second round of the playoffs. Following a losing record a year later, then-owner Art Modell relocated the franchise to Baltimore and renamed it the Ravens.

The Browns next face the Ravens at home Dec. 14 on Monday Night Football. Cleveland lost to Baltimore in the season opener 38-6. With a victory, Cleveland would boast its best record in 51 years.

“Winning is hard in this National Football League. There are a bunch of good teams, and they are coming at you week in and week out,” Stefanski said. “I think our guys understand that we are just looking to go 1-0 each week, and there is so much work that goes into going 1-0.”

“I thought about it all damn day,” Janovich said. “I couldn’t think of anything else.”

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As much as the assignment filled him with butterflies, Janovich took it seriously. The more he thought about it, the more he realized he had so much to share, and he owed it to his new teammates and coaches to be as open and honest as possible. After all, he expected the same from them.

“If you don’t really like the people you’re working with, you’ll just want to collect a paycheck and go home and say, ‘Who gives a crap?'” Janovich said.

“That’s a good way to build a team is to get to know guys. If they really want to get to know me, we can be personal about everything. I think that’s how really, really good teams get to be.”

So, when the time came, Janovich opened his laptop, looked into his screen and spoke from the heart. He revealed un-Google-able details about his past, teared up discussing his unfathomable heartbreak and spoke with genuine optimism about what he believed the assembled group could accomplish in 2020 and beyond.

You see a fullback like Andy, and you don’t expect him to get emotional on a call. Some of the stuff he’s been through is pretty intense.
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In the most unusual of offseasons for a team with a new head coach, new general manager and a boatload of new faces, this was a moment — a turning point that brought everyone closer while COVID-19 forced them away from each other for hours, days and months on end.

“I was floored by it,” Stefanski said. “He set the tone with the teammates understanding we all trust each other and want to understand each other better.

“One way to do that is to tell each other to know what you’re all about.”

The History
Everything shut down when Stefanski was just getting his footing as the Browns’ new head coach.

He’d been on the job for close to two months and had only recently closed on a house. His family was still in Minneapolis. HIs coaching staff had just been finalized and the offices around him were starting to fill up. Players would return for workouts in a month, and preparations were underway to welcome them into a new culture, a new beginning, under his leadership.

But then, in a flash, everything had to be adjusted. Stefanski and all Browns employees were no longer permitted in the facility and would work remotely for an indefinite period starting March 13. Stefanski rejoined his family in Minneapolis and many of the team’s other coaches returned to their previous residences, but the work continued.

“The question I kept asking was, ‘how do you come together when you’re apart?'” Stefanski said. “We just got to a point where everything was virtual. We kept thinking we were going to get together in the spring, maybe late May, maybe June, and it didn’t come.”