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ESPN Power Rankings: The Browns aren’t in last place!

All of John Dorsey’s offseason moves were good enough to bump the Browns up by two spots.

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This week, ESPN unveiled offseason NFL power rankings to capture all of the moves that have been made via trades or free agency. With the Cleveland Browns adding more than ten new players and cutting ties with several others, it was good enough to bump the team up from the dreaded No. 32 spot to No. 30. We’re winning the offseason already!

Here is what they said:

The Browns went winless last season, so it’s no surprise that they’ve tried to overhaul some of the roster. If there’s one thing for sure that we know about the 2018 Browns, it’s that they are young. Punter Britton Colquitt and tight end Darren Fells are currently the only players aged 30 or older on the roster.

Who could possibly be ranked worse than the Browns? Those honors went to the Indianapolis Colts (No. 31) and Miami Dolphins (No. 32).

As far as the rest of the AFC North goes, the Pittsburgh Steelers were at No. 5, the Cincinnati Bengals at No. 22, and the Baltimore Ravens at No. 24.