How to watch the NFL draft
So, naturally, they selected a guard.
Nevada's Joel Bitonio became Cleveland's third pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, giving the Browns a player NFL Media's Mike Mayock called a "hidden gem" and someone with the versatility to displace right guard Jason Pinkston or Mitchell Schwartz at the tackle spot across from Joe Thomas. It's the highest the Browns have taken an offensive lineman since Pro Bowl center Alex Mack was picked 21st overall in 2009.
This O-line needed help after allowing 49 sacks last season, the third most in the NFL, but Cleveland still has a burning need at wideout.