The Cleveland Browns’ top priority this offseason is to recover from the numerous injuries that left them shorthanded for the playoffs. Picking up another playmaker to complement five-time Pro Bowler Amari Cooper should be at the top of the list.

On Tuesday, January 16, Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report compiled a list of three goals for Browns general manager Andrew Berry this offseason to return to the playoffs in 2024 and avoid another early exit. Obtaining a true No. 2 wide receiver was the second item on the list.

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“[David] Bell, [Cedric] Tillman, and [Elijah] Moore are all mid-level, complementary receivers at this stage of their careers. That may change as they grow, but it’s time for Berry to pursue a No. 2 target with more potential,” Knox wrote. “Targeting a receiver like … Ridley in free agency would be difficult — the Browns are projected to be $13.9 million over the cap [as of Tuesday] — but not impossible.”

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