Before I begin, it may be worth noting I have never been a Browns fan lol. I chose the team so I could do a rebuilding project, and hopefully bring them back from a 4-12 season last year. I may update this team hub when the game is released and I can have a better look at the players. Quarterback: Manziel will be Browns starting quarterback in 2014. Hoyer will be a good back up QB, if Manziel goes down with an injury. Tight End: Cameron is the obvious starter here, but Barnidge or Dray could easily be getting a ton of snaps as well to help with the running game. I am liking Gray's potential to be a quick TE, but he will need a few years to develop. Wide Receiver: Plenty of speed and potential here, but a lot of room for improvement. Gordon is the obvious go to receiver, but with some training the Browns could have enough speed to create a threat all across the field. Benjamin is who I have my eye on, with some training and his already high stats in speed, acceleration and agility he can become a huge threat for CBs. Fullback: No options from Ogbonnaya, but he did average 4.9 Yds/Att last year for the Browns and can be very useful around the goal line. Running Back: Ben Tate will carry most of the load, sharing some snaps with Lewis. They both bring speed and acceleration onto the field, but their catching ability is what concerns me the most. Developing West will take some time but I look for him to be the star running back in a few years. Offensive Line: Aside from Mack and Thomas, the offensive line is the main priority in upgrading and draft day. Hopefully they can protect Manziel until the positions can be upgraded. The Browns may also turn to free agency to help out until players can develop. Defensive Line: Kitchen needs some serious upgrading, but aside from that there is plenty of potential in the d-line, and a little more depth behind the starters. This area is going to need some improvement, but not as bad at the offensive line. Linebackers: A lot of room to grow in these postions and create a fast defense, but not a lot of depth if one of the starters goes down with an injury. But in a couple of years, the Browns could have a really solid defense with some upgrading. Secondary: Haden is the only dominant CB, but Gilbert and Skrine can become a huge threat against an WR. Gipson led the team in interceptions last year and can hopefully have another great year until Bademosi can develop. Whitner is the only threat at SS, with no depth behind him, Poyer can become a good SS in time, but free agency may help us out here.