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Cleveland Browns: Rashod Bateman too great to even consider leaving behind in the 2021 NFL Draft

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The Cleveland Browns made a point to address the vast majority of their places of need in free organization, leaving simply pass rusher as a need to get from the get-go in the 2021 NFL Draft.

With all the more free organization left, the Browns could in any case get this. One misjudged need and one that will be tended to within the initial two days of the 2021 NFL Draft is the wide receiver position.

As the event approaches, there is one exceptionally enticing player the Browns should select on the off chance that he falls into their laps: Minnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman.

A year prior, in spite of having both Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup on their roster effectively, the Dallas Cowboys actually selected Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb as he fell into their lap.

Indeed, even with Jarvis Landry, Odell Beckham Jr., Donovan Peoples-Jones, and with the re-signing of Rashard Higgins, the Browns should address the position early this forthcoming April.

As the Browns sit at the 26th pick in the draft, there are two players they ought to consider doing this with also. Not exclusively is Bateman a threat, yet Ole Miss’ Elijah Moore is a dynamic weapon to target also. Here, however, we focus on Bateman.

Another explanation the Browns ought to think about taking Bateman, who will be the best accessible player on the off chance that he is as yet on the board that late in the first round, is on the grounds that the team sitting behind them will on the off chance that they don’t.

As the Baltimore Ravens sit with the 27th overall pick in the draft and need a wide receiver, the Browns will be constrained with the difficulty of either taking Bateman or playing him two times every year.

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