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Cleveland Browns Depth Chart

  • HC: Hue Jackson
  • OC: Hue Jackson
  • DC: Gregg Williams
  • ST: Chris Tabor
Updated: 09/19/2017 9:22PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
LWR10Coates, Sammie T/Pit81Higgins, Rashard 16/511Davis, Reggie W/Atl
RWR18Britt, Kenny U/LAR80Louis, Ricardo 16/482Williams, Kasen W/Sea
LT73THOMAS, JOE 07/177Banner, Zach W/Ind
LG75Bitonio, Joel 14/263Martin, Marcus W/SF
C64Tretter, JC U/GB62Reiter, Austin P/Was
RG70Zeitler, Kevin U/Cin66Drango, Spencer 16/5
RT72Coleman, Shon 16/3
TE86Telfer, Randall 15/687DeValve, Seth 16/485Njoku, David 17/1
QB7Kizer, DeShone 17/28Hogan, Kevin SF166Kessler, Cody 16/3
RB34Crowell, Isaiah CF1429Johnson, Duke 15/327Dayes, Matt 17/7
FB40Vitale, Dan P/TB
DE94Nassib, Carl 16/395Garrett, Myles 17/1
DT93Coley, Trevon SF1665Ogunjobi, Larry 17/397McGill, TY W/Ind
DT55Shelton, Danny 15/198Meder, Jamie CF1499Brantley, Caleb 17/6
DE90Ogbah, Emmanuel 16/244Orchard, Nate 15/2
SLB51Collins, Jamie T/NE52Burgess, James SF16
MLB53Schobert, Joe 16/450Bello, BJ CF17
WLB58Kirksey, Christian 14/354Alexander, Dominique CF16
LCB30MCCOURTY, JASON SF1741Jordan, Michael W/LAR
S22Peppers, Jabrill 17/124Campbell, Ibraheim 15/4
S26Kindred, Derrick 16/443Nacua, Kai CF17
RCB21Taylor, Jamar T/Mia20Boddy-Calhoun, Briean W/Jax
Special Teams
PK5Gonzalez, Zane 17/7
LS47Hughlett, Charley P/KC
PR22Peppers, Jabrill 17/111Davis, Reggie W/Atl
KR22Peppers, Jabrill 17/110Coates, Sammie T/Pit
Practice Squad
PS88Holtz, JP TE56King, Deon OB38Magee, Terrence RB11Leslie, Jordan WR74Averill, Travis OG
PS91Holmes, Tyrone OB00Smith, CJ CB28Hillary, Darius CB79Sterup, Zach OT00Thomas, Jhaustin DE
RES33Jackson, Darius IR67Barker, Chris IR71McCants, Matt IR59Carder, Tank IR78Johnson, Roderick IR
RES23Wilson, Howard PUP19Coleman, Corey IR
SUS12Gordon, Josh SUS/INDE


 DEPTH CHART FEATURE - What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said before COREY COLEMAN made the Cleveland Browns' depth chart: Baylor, 5105 194 4.38. Junior entry. Three-year starter from Richardson, TX. The 2015 Biletnikoff Award winner as the nation’s top receiver. Unanimous All-America and two-time first-team All-Big 12. He lines up 75% of the time on the left side and 20% in the slot where the Bears try to take advantage of his speed on a safety or a linebacker. He lines up 74% on the line of scrimmage. Coleman had an impressive year catching the ball as he was targeted 47.9% of the time on his 121 routes, but sadly he dropped 8.6% of his targets. He struggles catching the ball cleanly. He also had several double catches in Combine drills. One of the most prolific receivers in Baylor history holding the record for career (33) and single season (20) touchdown receptions. Was the first receiver to put together back-to-back 1000-yard receiving seasons. Totaled 3009 yards on 173 career receptions. Will also contribute as a kickoff return specialist on the next level averaging 26 yards per return. Coleman succeeded catching the ball 72.5% of the time versus man-to-man coverage and 80% versus zone coverage. Baylor receivers read the coverage on the run like the quarterbacks. Explosive burst off the line. Extremely quick getting into a route with elite acceleration out of a cut. Demonstrates outstanding functional vertical speed and an extra gear with the ball in the air. Elusive after the catch showing the ability to make a defender miss with a quick change of direction. Not a lot of showcased route running, as verticals and the quick game are what Baylor make their living on. Aptitude to be a top notch route runner is there. He did not always hustle off the line and you had a good idea he wasn’t getting the ball by watching him. Shows good hands and extension on balls over his head and away from his body. Not a good blocker in stalk block situations. 2015 stats: 74-1363, 18.4 ypr, 20 TD, 111 yds rushing, 5.05 ypc, 0 TD. Medical exclusion at Combine. First/ second round. (A-30 1/4, H-9, VJ-40.5, SS-DNP).