Cleveland Browns Seven-Round 2015 NFL Mock Draft

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Apr 13, 2013; Louisville, KY, USA; Louisville Cardinals Red Team wide receiver DeVante Parker (9) runs the ball against the White Team during the spring game at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

Which players should the Cleveland Browns target with each of their 2015 NFL Draft picks?

The Cleveland Browns are a complete disaster following the 2014 season, and look to have a long ways to go before getting back into playoff contention. Johnny Manziel was drafted in the first-round last year with hopes that he would be their long-term option at quarterback, but his rookie season was terrible to say the least.

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That being said, the 2015 NFL Draft is a big event for the Browns as they look to plug the holes that they have left on their roster.

It is hard to know where to begin with as far as the Browns’ needs are concerned. Obviously their quarterback situation isn’t looking good long-term with Manziel and Josh McCown being their top two option. That could be one area that they look to upgrade throughout the course of the draft.

Another major position of need is at wide receiver, even after the Browns were able to sign Dwayne Bowe this offseason. Bowe isn’t going to be able to handle the entire passing offense on his own, and will need a legitimate number two option alongside of him. There are a few very dynamic receivers that the Browns could pursue in the draft this year, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see them snag one early on in the draft.

Cleveland fans have been going through a very difficult time recently, and haven’t seen their team in the playoffs since the 2002 season. Unfortunately, Browns’ management hasn’t done a good job of turning things around no matter who has been running the team.

What players should the Browns target with each of their picks in the upcoming NFL Draft?

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