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Browns RB Duke Johnson Given 25/1 Odds at Winning Offensive Rookie of the Year; Cleveland's Super Bowl Odds at 66/1

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Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

With the NFL Draft concluded, Bovada just released their most recent odds for teams to win the Super Bowl. In early February, the Browns were listed at 66/1 odds. After what was perceived as a mediocre free agent period, the Browns' odds were dropped to 75/1. Despite drawing positive reviews from the media for their work over draft weekend, Cleveland's odds have remained at 75/1.

Bovada also released odds for the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year:

Odds to Win the 2015 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year

Melvin Gordon, 13/2
Jameis Winston, 7/1
Marcus Mariota, 7/1
Amari Cooper, 15/2
Todd Gurley, 8/1
Kevin White, 10/1
TJ Yeldon, 12/1
Nelson Agholor, 14/1
Phillip Dorsett, 14/1
Maxx Williams, 14/1
DeVante Parker, 16/1
Dorial Green-Beckham, 18/1
Devin Funchess, 22/1
Devin Smith, 22/1
Breshad Perriman, 22/1
Chris Conley, 25/1
Jaelen Strong, 25/1
Duke Johnson, 25/1
Tyler Lockett, 25/1
Ameer Abdullah, 25/1

Despite the fact that two offensive linemen nearly won Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2014, including the Browns' Joel Bitonio, there are no rookie linemen who were given odds to win the prestigious award. The Browns did have one rookie -- RB Duke Johnson -- who cracked the bottom of the list at 25/1 despite being a third-round pick.

Do you like those odds, Browns fans? With Cleveland's dire quarterback situation and a healthy Alex Mack, would you wager a few bucks on Johnson at 25/1 odds?