It has been just a week since legal tampering and in turn, free agency has begun and some have already hit the panic button. The Cleveland Browns have been active and have made some really cost-effective and overall great moves so far despite what some might have you think.
Kevin Cole formerly of PFF has updated his improvement index which assesses each move and quantifies into points how much a team has improved or gotten worse this offseason. According to this index, the Browns are the fifth most improved team so far with the draft still to come next month.
The team has addressed a historically bad run defense by adding one of the best run defenders on the market in Dalvin Tomlinson. Add in a true coverage-free safety they lacked in Juan Thornhill and an ascending player in Ogbonnia Okoronkwo and so far Andrew Berry has done a great job improving the roster.
Biggest movement over the weekend on the @Unexpected_Pts Improvement Index is the Eagles falling further with the loss of C.J. Gardner-Johnsonhttps://t.co/BKNgYpOVuZ pic.twitter.com/GARKusSCag
— Kevin Cole (@KevinCole___) March 20, 2023
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