Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 11/15/14
A new owner, general manager, and head coach in Cleveland brings new hope that the Browns are on the cusp of turning the corner. The Browns have roughly $48 million is cap space and they are ready to spend. Who are the top targets the Browns would benefit from signing? According to Steve Doerschuk of Cantonrep.com, there are a few players that fill the voids the Browns are looking to fill. Doerschuk writes: ‘Signing Steelers wideout Mike Wallace, for example, would give new head coach Rob Chudzinski a fascinating young wide receiver corps. It would raise eyebrows in Pittsburgh, where Jimmy Haslam was a minority owner before buying the Browns. It would cost an attention-getting, season-ticket-selling fortune. Pursuing former GlenOak-Ohio State wideout Brian Hartline might be more realistic, and as effective. Signing linebacker Dannell Ellerbe would fill a need at inside linebacker and put a double whammy on AFC North rival Baltimore, which is losing Ray Lewis to retirement and would be deprived of a rising star if Ellerbe bolts.’   var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});
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  • It should be interesting. Haslam says we wont go big on free agents. But there is a salary cap minimum this years and we have many needs.
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