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Cleveland Browns 2024 Undrafted Free Agents

The Cleveland Browns have done very well at identifying talent in the undrafted rookie pool. Since Andrew Berry has been the GM, players like A.J. Green, D’Anthony Bell and Ronnie Hickman have made significant contributions. This year’s class is no different.

Chris Edmonds, DB, Arizonia State. Has experience playing outside and in the slot but has the most reps inside. Could provide competition to D’Anthony Bell. Will need to excel at special teams.

Javion Cohen, G, Miami (FL). Very surprised he didn’t get drafted. Started his career at Alabama where he made the All-SEC Freshman Team. Excellent interior pass blocker. Allowed one sack his final season at Miami.

Winston Reid, LB, Weber State. A small, light, strong linebacker. He played in 46 games for the Wildcats. He recorded 281 total tackles, 170 solo tackles, 28.5 tackles for loss, seven sacks, 10 pass breakups, two interceptions, nine forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries.

Aidan Robbins, RB, BYU. A strong running back who can go north and south with speed and strength. He will try and run through defenders with great force.

Lorenzo Thompson, OT, Rhode Island. has all the tools to be a left tackle in the NFL. Will need to add weight and strength in his lower body. He moves very well and is fast.

Dyshawn Gales, CB, South Dakota State. A slot corner who is athletic and physical. he had six interceptions over the last two seasons.

Ahmarean Brown, WR, South Carolina. Not a very productive player but can return kicks.

Treyton Welch, TE, Wyoming. Very athletic tight end. Led Wyoming in touchdown catches his junior year. He’s a willing blocker but will need to be more physical. Can make contested catches.

Jalen Sundell, C/OT, North Dakota State. Has great movement and balance. He’ll need to get bigger and stronger to compete in the NFL. Excellent in space when he pulls. Played both center and left tackle.

Cohen, Robbins, Gales and Welch could compete to make the final 53-man roster. Welch only because the tight end room isn’t that deep. The rest could possibly make the practice squad.


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