Would WR Jarvis Landry and CB Marcus Peters fit with the Browns?

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Would WR Jarvis Landry and CB Marcus Peters fit with the Browns?

Had best season, making All Pro, leading NFL in passer rating (117.1), with 38 TDs . First rounder in 2008, third overall pick . Has thrown for seven touchdowns and run for one wholesale jerseys in playoffs . Popular in New England because of college career, won't be so popular there if he beats Patriots.

Complement to Freeman, third round pick who has more speed . Scored eight rushing TDs in 2016 and three as receiver . Already has two postseason touchdowns.

Julio Jones, WR (11), 6 2, 220, 6th season, Alabama

All Pro for second straight season . Despite toe injury, had nine receptions for 180 yards and two touchdowns in NFC title game . Uses speed, size and strength . Can go long or turn short throws into big gains.

Mohamed Sanu, WR (12), 6 2, 210, 5th season, Rutgers

Key free agency pickup from Cincinnati . Strong complement to Jones, had 59 receptions, four TDs during season, added two TD catches in postseason . Versatile and athletic.

Taylor Gabriel, WR (18), 5 8, 167, 3rd season, Abilene Christian

Was released by Cleveland   yep, couldn't make Browns and is now in Super Bowl . Scored six TDs during season after grabbing third WR role . Undrafted because of size, but has proven dangerous downfield threat.

Austin Hooper, TE (81), 6 4, 248, 1st season, Stanford

Atlanta's third round pick who didn't catch single pass in four games this season . Strictly a receiver at the position, must improve blocking . One of four tight ends on depth chart.

Jake Matthews, LT (70), 6 5, 305, 3rd season, Texas A Son of Hall of Fame OL Bruce Matthews . First round pick in 2014 who has had best season . Will need to be stout against variety of pass rushers for New England . Houston native.

Andy Levitre, LG (67), 6 2, 303, 8th season, Oregon State

Athletic guard who can do a lot, but also must show he can handle power defenders . Buffalo's second rounder in 2009 . Also played two seasons for Tennessee . Durable, has never missed a start.

Alex Mack, C (50), 6 4, 311, 8th season, California

His addition from Cleveland Cheap Seahawks Jerseys solidified line . One of the game's best centers, plays hard and plays hurt . Has ankle injury, says it won't affect him in Super Bowl.

Chris Chester, RG (65), 6 3, 303, 11th season, Oklahoma

Has made career out of being good enough to start, though not a star . A backup early in career, has started every game since 2011 . Ravens' second round pick in 2006, also was with Washington.

Ryan Schraeder, RT (73), 6 7, 300, 4th season, Valdosta State

Up and coming tackle who had strong season . Tall, but anchors well and doesn't often let defenders get under him . Undrafted player who saw action as tight seattle seahawks jerseys end earlier in career.

Brooks Reed, DE (50), 6 3, 254, 6th season, Arizona

Comes off strong playoff performances . Gets opportunities because he plays opposite Beasley . Houston's second rounder in 2011 . Has six playoff sacks.

Jonathan Babineaux, DT (95), 6 2, 300, 12th season, Iowa

Veteran run stuffer who was second round pick in 2005 . Longest tenured Falcon, has appeared in 185 games . Can get to QB on occasion, but not his role.

Grady Jarrett, DT (97), 6 0, 305, 2nd season, Clemson

Came in with Beasley, is somewhat overshadowed by him, as he was at Clemson . Clogs middle, but can penetrate into backfield . Fifth round pick in 2015, became regular this season.