Depending on what happens over the next couple of weeks, Cleveland could have a different look to its offensive line in 2016.
Two of the Browns' five main starters from 2015 are unrestricted free agents and many starters from other teams are set to officially hit the market at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Our final position breakdown before free agency begins takes a deeper look at the tackles, centers and guards on the market along with what can be gleaned from this year's draft class.
LT Joe Thomas - 16 starts, played every snap
RG John Greco - 14 starts
LG Joel Bitonio - 10 starts
OL Cameron Erving - 4 starts, 16 games
Conor Boffeli - DNP
Michael Bowie - DNP
Dan France - DNP
Garth Gerhart - DNP
Erle Ladson - DNP
Mitchell Schwartz (unrestricted free agent) - 16 starts
Alex Mack (unrestricted free agent) - 16 starts
Austin Pasztor (restricted free agent) - 4 starts, 16 games
Darrian Miller (exclusive rights free agent) - 6 games
Kaleb Johnson (exclusive rights free agent) - DNP
2015 rankings of note
Rushing offense - 95.6 yards per game - 22nd
Yards per carry - 4 - 16th
Sacks allowed - 53 - T-31st
Top O-linemen available (Rankings from NFL.com’s Top 99 Free Agents)
- OG Kelechi Osemele, Ravens
- OT Russell Okung, Seahawks
- OG Alex Boone, 49ers
- OT Andre Smith, Bengals
- OT Kelvin Beachum, Steelers
- OT Donald Penn, Raiders
- OG Richie Incognito, Bills
- OG Ramon Foster, Steelers
- OG Brandon Brooks, Texans
- OG Evan Mathis, Broncos
- OG Jahri Evans, Saints
- C Stefan Wisniewski, Jaguars
What about the draft?
For the first time since 2013, many expect the first pick in the draft to be an offensive lineman, as most mocks peg Ole Miss' Laremy Tunsil to land with the Tennessee Titans. Four other tackles - Ronnie Stanley (Notre Dame), Jack Conklin (Michigan State), Taylor Decker (Ohio State) and Jason Spriggs (Indiana) - could also be first-round bound while center Ryan Kelly (Alabama) is also expected to be with a team by the end of Day 1. Some intriguing Day 2-3 tackle prospects include Shon Coleman (Auburn), Joe Haeg (North Dakota State) and Willie Beavers (Western Michigan). Cody Whitehair (Kansas State) is ranked by many as the draft's top guard, while LSU's Vadal Alexander and Arizona State's Christian Westerman are not far behind. Nick Martin (Notre Dame), Jack Allen (Michigan State) and Max Tuerk (USC) are among the other center prospects.