Round 2, No. 46 overall: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
My take: The good news is the Browns have acquired a top-end playmaker who is as good in man coverage as any cornerback in this draft. He’ll pair with Denzel Ward to give the Browns a really strong set of outside cover men. The downside: Williams isn’t known for his tackling, and the Browns need help in that area. They allowed at least 5 yards after the catch on 166 receptions last season, the third-most in the NFL.
What’s next: The Browns have improved their roster to the point where they don’t have many glaring needs. One area to address is acquiring defenders who can cover tight ends, be it at linebacker or safety. The Browns allowed 100 receptions last season to tight ends, second-worst in the league.