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What the 2025 Cleveland Browns Offseason may look like

As the Cleveland Browns will wrap up their 2024 NFL Draft this coming weekend. Talk and speculation among experts will grade the draft and the offseason for the team. To get a full idea of how an offseason went for the team, you really must wait to see how the actual season goes for that team. The Cleveland Browns are no exception. Their 2024 offseason didn’t have many big splash moves. You might be able to argue the Jerry Jeudy trade was a big move. But otherwise not much else was done this offseason by the Cleveland Browns and the 2025 offseason won’t be much different.

The 2024 Cleveland Browns offseason moves were mostly the Browns retaining their own free agents. They resigned DE Z ’Darius Smith, DT Maurice Hurst, DT Shelby Harris, P Corey Bojorquez, G Michael Dunn, WR James Proche II, and S Rodney McLeod. Consistency and continuity are what successful NFL teams have. Division rivals like the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers have had that for decades. The Cleveland Browns have had it for almost five years. And it is starting to show by the list of their 2025 Free agents.

On April 23, 2024, Jack Duffin tweeted on X the list of the 2025 Cleveland Browns free agents. Here is the tweet.

The list is not at all long and knowing GM Andrew Berry, at least three of these players will get extensions. I am predicting that Cooper, Chubb, and JOK will get extended. I also believe that Greg Newsome will get his 5th year option picked up on his current rookie contract. That would leave two free agents of LT Jed Wills and WR Elijah Moore. They could get extended as well; I think that whether they get extended will be based on their 2024 on field performance. As the Cleveland Browns roster continues to get better each offseason. There are less big splash moves being made which makes for a less eventful free agency and NFL draft. The 2024 Cleveland Browns offseason wasn’t that exciting. And the 2025 Browns off season looks to be downright boring and I’ll take it with a Super Bowl contending team.


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