10. Allen Robinson, WR: Chicago Bears ➡️ Cleveland Browns
With almost $28 million in cap space available, the Cleveland Browns may not have gotten enough love on this post.
They will almost undoubtedly be active in free agency, but perhaps more selective with their main acquisitions.
The Browns need to get additional wide receiver help with Jarvis Landry’s situation up in the air and Odell Beckham Jr. obviously not there anymore.
Allen Robinson could come into Cleveland and be the team’s number one receiver right away, perhaps resurrecting his career in Kevin Stefanski’s offense.
Baker Mayfield hasn’t been a model of consistency, but Robinson is a big target who gives you a little margin for error. I think this could be a pretty great fit and Robinson would get himself a hefty contract from the Browns.
9. Orlando Brown Jr., OT: Kansas City Chiefs ➡️ Kansas City Chiefs
The Kansas City Chiefs have placed the franchise tag on big Orlando Brown Jr., a player they traded for in the 2021 offseason.
The Chiefs allowed Brown to play the left tackle position on a full-time basis and he did not disappoint, helping one of the most improved units in the NFL.
The net step now for Brown and the Chiefs? Get a long-term contract extension ironed out.