The big question is are they better or worse than last year at this time?
It is well documented that the Browns had one of the youngest rosters in the NFL with half of the opening day roster last September either rookies or second-year players. It was assumed the Browns were building with young players and had a good nucleus of up-and-coming players on the team.
Sure, the team was 5-11, but the general feeling was the Browns had a core of players that would only get better with some pieces added to the equation. The Browns had an ownership change and a front office change. The thought was the new regime might not blow up the roster and start another rebuilding program, but rather just add some pieces to the roster.
However, a new coach, a new GM, a new system and it appears the Browns are rebuilding once again as several starters have been jettisoned or have not been brought back. Fast forward from the end of the season until early April as the Browns are just starting their off-sea...