We’re entering the final week of the NFL preseason, which is commonly met with a sigh of relief across the league. Come this time of year, teams have a relatively good idea of what their regular season roster is going to look like, and any cloudiness regarding training camp position battles should be cleared up for the most part.
When it comes to the Cleveland Browns, you can definitely put a little extra emphasis on “for the most part.” While most of the position depth charts are pretty clear in Cleveland, one still remains a bit worrying.
With Week 1 right around the corner, the Browns still don’t seem to have a true starting running back. The closer we get to the regular season opener, the more concerning this gets.