BEREA, Ohio -- On Tuesday, the Cleveland Browns took the field for their first day of this week's three-day minicamp.

What follows is a look at how the Browns' unofficial offensive depth chart appeared based on personnel groupings, as well as some thoughts on the pecking order of each group.

You can view the Browns' defensive depth chart here 


  1. Baker Mayfield
  2. Drew Stanton
  3. Garrett Gilbert
  4. David Blough

No surprises here, other than that Blough, an undrafted free agent, received plenty of reps. The only questions left between now and the start of the season are whether Gilbert can eclipse Stanton as Mayfield's primary backup and if Blough can beat out Gilbert for the No. 3 quarterback spot.

Running back

  1. Nick Chubb
  2. Kareem Hunt
  3. Dontrell Hilliard/Duke Johnson

While Chubb was fully immersed with the first-team, Hunt seemed to work primarily with the second team with Hilliard and Johnson splitting the rest of the reps. This may have been a case of Johnson's absence at OTAs leaving him playing catch up with the playbook or the reality of Cleveland's roster should the Browns oblige his request for a trade.

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Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb works on his agility during a ropes drill at organized team activities practice at team headquarters in Berea Thursday.
Matt Florjancic

Wide receiver


  1. Odell Beckham Jr.
  2. Rashard Higgins
  3. Ishmael Hyman


  1. Antonio Callaway
  2. Dorian Baker
  3. Jaelen Strong

The Browns are without Jarvis Landry this week, who is dealing with an undisclosed injury that isn't believed to be serious.

Beckham and Higgins exclusively took reps with the first-team, with Antonio Callaway surprisingly primarily practicing with the second unit. The third spot on the first-team that would otherwise be occupied by Landry was instead filled by a rotation with undrafted free agents Hyman and Baker both receiving extended looks.

Tight end

  1. David Njoku/Demetrius Harris
  2. Seth DeValve
  3. Pharoah Brown

While DeValve received most of the reps with the second-team in 11-on-11 situations, some personnel groupings in other drills suggested Harris will likely be the tight end who's relied upon most behind Njoku, especially in 2-tight end sets.

David Njoku Cleveland Browns Minicamp June 4, 2019
Cleveland Browns tight end David Njoku prepares to make a catch over the middle of the field during a drill on the first day of mandatory minicamp at team headquarters in Berea on Tuesday, June 4, 2019.
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Offensive line

Left tackle

  1. Greg Robinson
  2. Kendall Lamm

Left guard

  1. Joel Bitonio
  2. Bryan Wintzmann


  1. JC Tretter
  2. Eric Kush

Right guard

  1. Austin Corbett
  2. Kyle Kalis

Right tackle

  1. Chris Hubbard
  2. Brad Seaton

Desmond Harrison, who is expected to be the team's top backup offensive tackle, missed practice due to issues with his flight. Corbett got most of the reps at right guard with the first-team after also working at backup center during OTAs. Depth is an obvious question mark, but the first five appears to be all but settled.