The Browns will draw teams from the AFC South and NFC East in 2020.
On top of its usual games against AFC North rivals Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Baltimore, Cleveland is set to host the Colts and Texans from the AFC South, the Eagles and Redskins from the NFC East and the Raiders from the AFC West. The Browns were paired up with the Raiders because both teams finished in third place in their respective division.
Cleveland will hit the road for games against the Jaguars and Titans from the AFC South, Cowboys and Giants from the NFC South and the third-place Jets from the AFC East. That means Cleveland will play twice at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Four of these teams made the playoffs this season.
The full details of the Browns' schedule will released during the spring.