The Cleveland Browns will find themselves among some unfamiliar company when the 2021 NFL Draft opens on April 29.
Rather than picking in the top 10, which has been the norm for years, the Browns are currently in possession of the No. 26 overall selection in the first round after a season that saw them advance to the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.
A year ago, general manager Andrew Berry focused much of his attention on fixing an offense that lost its way in quarterback Baker Mayfield’s second season.
This year, it is widely expected that Berry will turn his attention to the defense, which needs help, in no particular order, at defensive end, defensive tackle, linebacker, cornerback and safety. (Did we miss anything?)