Much has been made about the Browns' overhaul of their wide receiving room, and it's for good reason. Not only did Cleveland use its first pick on a dynamic pass-catcher, but it also used three others to supplement the room with young talent.
There have also been some departures at both wide receiver and tight end that will make Cleveland's passing game look as different as any area of the team when the season begins 100 days from today.
Divide that number by 10, and that's the number of numbers we're using to illustrate the change.
241/2,538/13 - Receptions, yards and touchdowns in 2015 made by players who are still on the roster
130/1,618/7 - Receptions, yards and touchdowns in 2015 by players who are no longer with the Browns.
757 - Receiving yards in 2015 by wide receivers who are still with the team
1,542 - Receiving yards in 2015 by wide receivers who are no longer with the Browns
187/2,581/15 - Receptions, yards and touchdowns in 2015 by Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers
12 - Number of wide receivers currently on the Browns' 90-man roster
7 - Number of Browns wide receivers who are either rookies or have not caught a pass in an NFL game.
6-1 ¼/ 202 - Average height and weight of the seven receivers who have never caught an NFL pass
33 - Years of NFL experience for Browns senior offensive assistant/wide receivers coach Al Saunders
273/4,247/36 - Receptions, yards and touchdowns in 2015 by Cleveland's four drafted receivers - Corey Coleman, Ricardo Louis, Rashard Higgins and Jordan Payton.