The Cleveland Browns open training camp on July 29 at the team's facility in Berea, Ohio. Here's a starting lineup projection:
Quarterback (Robert Griffin III): The Browns were the only team looking to bring Griffin in as a starter.
Fullback (Malcolm Johnson): This position doesn't figure to get a lot of snaps in 2016.
Tight end (Gary Barnidge): He's coming off a Pro Bowl season -- and sports hernia surgery.
Wide receiver (Andrew Hawkins): He might be better suited as the slot wide receiver, but this young group needs an experienced starter.
Wide receiver (Corey Coleman): The job is there for the taking for the team's 2016 first-round pick.
Left tackle (Joe Thomas): You were expecting maybe Barry Stokes?
Left guard (Joel Bitonio): He's looking to go back to his rookie form, when he was outstanding.
Right guard (John Greco): He's a very underrated and productive professional.
Right tackle (Alvin Bailey): He gets the nod now, but this position will have serious competition during camp.
Nose tackle (Danny Shelton): His offseason commitment to lose weight speaks to his dedication.
Defensive end (John Hughes): The Browns' lack of depth on the defensive line will be apparent early.
Outside linebacker (Paul Kruger): He will return to the weak side, where he is most effective.
Inside linebacker (Chris Kirksey): The job is there for him -- he just needs to do something with it.
Safety (Ibraheim Campbell): Earned coaching praise in the limited playing time he had last season, especially late in the year.
Cornerback (Joe Haden): Coming off a lost season and ankle surgery.
Kicker (Travis Coons): The Browns want improvement from Coons; if there isn't, he will not stick.
Punter (Andy Lee): One of the league's best.
Long-snapper (Charley Hughlett): Like the best long-snappers, Hughlett is steady and reliable.
Returners (Coleman, Gilbert): Gilbert's best chance to make the team might be through special teams.