The Cleveland Browns
have been looking to get their roster improved as much as possible this offseason and given the fact that first-year head coach Rob Chudzinski was fired after a single season, there is incentive for Mike Pettine to get things right straight away.
One way the Browns could get better right now is to add a versatile receiver to their offense. Peter King from the MMQB believes
that the Browns will have interest in Julian Edelman as well as Eric Decker this offseason: "In my mind, a great fit for Edelman would be Cleveland, which has money to spend and a hole at slot receiver. Cleveland could be in the mix for Eric Decker, who needs suitors."
Decker will want big money and he may decide to go to a team like Cleveland if they pay him enough. Edelman will likely return all offers he gets to the Patriots so that can attempt to match it
but both receivers seem to be in play for Cleveland this upcoming free agency.