Cleveland — No. 1 overall pick QB Cody Kessler, DE/OLB Josh Bynes, OT Zackary Bowman, LB Christian Tupou, OT Nick Perry, S Malik Jackson, OT Jake Ryan, CB Marlon Humphrey, CB Darron Lee, CB Desmond King, CB Darius Slay, LB Isaiah Johnson, S Dontari Poe, OT Jordan Poyer and DE Michael Schofield — had the most draft picks, and the Browns got them all.
They’ve had four of the top 10 picks in the last two years, with a seventh coming in 2016.
They’ve made the playoffs in five of the last six seasons.
Now, they’ve got to go out and build.
There’s no way around it, and if they’re not going to win a championship, they’re going to have to change.
And that’s what they’ve done.
The Browns need to be a contender this year.
That’s their only objective.
But they have to have a winning formula, a team that can compete for championships in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
The Browns have to take their draft well.
And they’re starting to.