Is the QB ready?Colt McCoy played well enough last season for Cleveland to pass on a QB in the draft -- and Jake Locker, Christian Ponder and Blaine Gabbert were all on the board when the Browns were originally picking in the first round before trading the pick to Atlanta. Now McCoy has to learn a new offense in his second season. McCoy is a good fit for the West Coast offense but he did lose his final five starts last season, throwing three touchdowns and six interceptions during that stretch. He needs a strong camp to be ready to lead the Browns.
How hard is the transition from a 3-4 to 4-3 base defense?A number of teams try to go cold turkey and switch defensive philosophies overnight, and it usually is a difficult transition even when a club has the whole off season to install it. The Browns are doing it without all the teaching time and it looks like they need to identify a weakside linebacker, a left defensive end and a penetrating defensive tackle early if the switch will be a success.
Find a veteran wide receiverThe Browns could have stayed at the No. 6 spot in the first round and drafted Julio Jones, but the offer to move was too good. They did pick up Greg Little in the second round and he has some Anquan Boldin-like qualities. But a veteran wide receiver would really help the young Browns receivers develop in the system.
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