Jake Delhomme Won’t Be Going It Alone in Cleveland Browns Offense

May 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns offense was just plain offensive last year, finishing dead last in the league.
There now has almost been a complete turnover on the offensive unit, and therefore it becomes harder to predict what you're going to see on the field in 2010.
The only quarterback still on the roster from 2009 is third-stringer Brett Ratliff, and he now has competition from third-round draft pick Colt McCoy and free agent Graham Harrell.
Wide receivers Mohamed Massaquoi, Brian Robiskie, and Chansi Stuckey are there from last year, along with Syndric Steptoe, Jake Allen, and sixth-round draft pick Carlton Mitchell, among a few others.
The running backs are second-round draft pick Montario Hardesty, Peyton Hillis, and Chris Jennings at the moment as Jerome Harrison and Lawrence Vickers have yet to sign their contracts.
The tight ends have received a significant upgrade with the addition of Ben Watson and Alex Smith. Greg Estandia, Evan Moore, and Robert Royal round...

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