CLEVELAND — Days after putting the finishing touches on their 53-man roster, the Cleveland Browns revealed where those players are expected to lineup.

On Tuesday, the Browns unveiled their first unofficial depth chart of the 2019 season, which will be used for the team's Week 1 matchup vs. the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.

Although their are no major surprises to be found on Cleveland's Week 1, it's nevertheless worth noting that Eric Kush has maintained his spot as the team's starting right guard following last week's acquisition of Wyatt Teller from the Buffalo Bills. Adarius Taylor, meanwhile, is now listed as the Browns' starting SAM linebacker -- a spot that was previously occupied by second-year player Genard Avery.

In addition to being listed as Taylor's top backup, Avery is also listed as a backup defensive end behind Olivier Vernon and Chris Smith.

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The entirety of the Browns' 2019 Week 1 unofficial depth chart is as follows:

Quarterback

  1. Baker Mayfield
  2. Drew Stanton
  3. Garrett Gilbert

Running back

  1. Nick Chubb
  2. Dontrell Hilliard
  3. D'Ernest Johnson
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Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb looks to turn the corner on the defense during a drill at training camp practice Saturday, August 10, 2019.
Matt Florjancic

Wide receiver

  1. Jarvis Landry
  2. Rashard Higgins
  3. Taywan Taylor

Wide receiver

  1. Odell Beckham Jr.
  2. Damion Ratley
  3. KhaDarel Hodge

Left tackle

  1. Greg Robinson
  2. Kendall Lamm

Left guard

  1. Joel Bitonio
  2. Justin McCray

Center

  1. JC Tretter
  2. Austin Corbett

Right guard

  1. Eric Kush
  2. Wyatt Teller

Right tackle

  1. Chris Hubbard

Tight end

  1. David Njoku
  2. Pharaoh Brown

Tight end 2

  1. Demetrius Harris
  2. Rick Seals-Jones

Defensive end

  1. Myles Garrett
  2. Chad Thomas
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Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett (95) stands on the sideline during a game against the Kansas City Chiefs at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland on Sunday, November 4, 2018.
David Richard

Defensive end

  1. Olivier Vernon
  2. Chris Smith
  3. Genard Avery

Defensive tackle

  1. Larry Ogunjobi
  2. Devaroe Lawrence

Defensive tackle

  1. Sheldon Richardson
  2. Daniel Ekuale

WILL linebacker

  1. Christian Kirksey
  2. Mack Wilson
  3. Malik Jefferson

MIKE linebacker

  1. Joe Schobert
  2. Sione Takitaki

SAM linebacker

  1. Adarius Taylor
  2. Genard Avery

Cornerback

  1. Denzel Ward
  2. T.J. Carrie

Cornerback

  1. Terrance Mitchell
  2. Greedy Williams
  3. Tavierre Thomas

Safety

  1. Damarious Randall
  2. Eric Murray
  3. Sheldrick Redwine

Safety

  1. Morgan Burnett
  2. Jermaine Whitehead

Punter

  1. Jamie Gillan

Kicker

  1. Austin Seibert

Holder

  1. Jamie Gillan

Kick returner

  1. Dontrell Hilliard
  2. D'Ernest Johnson

Punt returner

  1. Dontrell Hilliard
  2. D'Ernest Johnson

Longsnapper

  1. Charley Hughlett

Coming off a 7-8-1 record in 2018, the Browns enter 2019 favored to win the AFC North, which would mark the franchise's first division title since the 1989 season. According to oddsmakers, Cleveland enters Sunday's season opener as a 6-point favorite over the Titans, who compiled a 9-7 record in 2018 under first-year head coach Mike Vrabel.

Sunday's kickoff between the Browns and Titans is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET.