Heading into the offseason, the Cleveland Browns knew they needed to upgrade defensively.
The offensive unit played above expectations in 2020, but the defense struggled heavily throughout the season.
General manager Andrew Berry knew the Browns needed to make some major upgrades in the secondary.
That is exactly why the Browns used the No. 26 overall pick in the draft to select Northwestern defensive back Greg Newsome II.
The rookie defensive back is likely going to be asked to play a significant role right away, but we’ll see if he is up to the challenge.
Newsome Wins The Starting Job
It wouldn’t be shocking to see Newsome and Greedy Williams competing for the No. 2 defensive back spot in training camp.
One of the reasons Cleveland added depth in the secondary was because they were unsure about Williams.
He missed all of last…