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David Njoku is on the verge of becoming one of the best tight ends in football. Check out the rest of the Cleveland Browns 2019-2020 NFL Training camp preview! (Joshua Gunter/cleveland.com)

The Cleveland Browns might be the most fascinating team in the entire NFL heading into the 2019-2020 season. Cleveland has a ton of talent, it’s just a matter of if those pieces will fit together. All of the pressure is going to come down on Baker Mayfield and Freddie Kitchens. On paper, the Browns should win the AFC North. Will they? Time will tell. Let’s take a look at the Browns training camp preview!

3 Position Battles To Watch

Linebacker: Mack Wilson, Sione Takitaki, Genard Avery

Joe Schobert and Christian Kirksey are locked in as starters. Who will man the final linebacker spot? In sub packages, I guess it won’t matter too much. Still, one of these other linebackers has to play a major role. Genard Avery has locked himself in as a situational pass rusher. Avery notched 4.5 sacks as a rookie. Mack Wilson is a player I really liked at Alabama. You kind of know what you’re getting from Wilson and should become a reliable starter. Then you have the BYU guy. Enough said.

Safety: Demarious Randall, Sheldrick Redwine

If the Browns have one weakness, it’s the secondary. Outside of Denzel Ward, does any player on this roster inspire confidence? Demarious Randall had his moments with Green Bay. He does look similar to Sheldrick Redwine. Skinny and rangy. May the best man win.

Cornerback: Greedy Williams, Terrance Mitchell, TJ Carrie, Eric Murray

Greedy Williams better lock down this spot. This Browns roster is loaded so there are not a lot of spots available. Williams has a chance to make this Browns corner tandem special. If he fails and decides tackling isn’t for him, Eric Murray could be the guy. He came over via trade from the Chiefs. Murray had his moments but can be grabby.

Ready To Breakout: David Njoku

David Njoku really burst on the scene in his second season. 639 yards and 4 touchdowns is nice, but I think there is a lot of room to grow yet. Njoku fits this offense so well. He’s a great red zone threat with his size. The Browns offense started to come to life when Hue Jackson got fired. With a full year of Freddie, look for Njoku to take that next step. I think he has a chance to establish himself as a top 5 player at the position.

Rookie To Watch: Austin Seibert

Kickers are people too! Greg Joseph stinks. I don’t even remember where he came from nor do I care enough to Google it. The guy is going to be out of a job soon anyway because Austin Seibert should be legit. It’s time for the Browns to have a legit kicker. Yes, this is important. The Ravens have Justin Tucker who saves them on certain Sundays. Greg Joseph just gave a lot of them away.

Fantasy Sleeper: Antonio Callaway

I think the Browns hope for Antonio Callaway is that he turns into their version of Tyreek Hill. That includes all of the off the field baggage too. Callaway isn’t as talented as Hill but he does have a ton of talent. Callaway would have been a first round pick if it weren’t for his off the field issues. With Odell Beckham now in town, Callaway will have his opportunities to get open deep down the field. There will be certain weeks where Callaway is a fantasy gem. Finding those weeks is a different sort of challenge.