The Browns will be out in full force at the Senior Bowl next week.
Now we know who they'll be coaching.
The rosters for the annual all-star game were announced Wednesday afternoon. They include some of the nation's top players and 2017 NFL Draft prospects.
The North team is headlined by several Big Ten standouts in Michigan cornerback Jourdan Lewis and defensive tackle Chris Wormley, Iowa cornerback Desmond King, Wisconsin running back Corey Clement and USC's defensive tackle Stevie Tu'ikolovatu.
The South is led by the likes of Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs, Alabama tight end O.J. Howard and Clemson receiver Artavis Scott and defensive tackle Carlos Watkins.
The Wolverines led the way with five players, while Alabama, LSU and Miami are represented by four players each.
The Browns, led by second-year head coach Hue Jackson, will coach the South team while the Chicago Bears will coach the North team.
Senior Bowl practices start Tuesday in Mobile, Alabama, while the game is set for Jan. 28, at 2:30 p.m. on the NFL Network.
Here's a full list of the south roster: