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Deshaun Watson has the power to reunite with college teammate at Browns

The Cleveland Browns have a solid roster and are hoping for a healthy year in 2024. Last year, Cleveland was completely ravaged by injuries and they hope that doesn’t happen this season.

Watson is entering his third year with the team after signing his monstrous five-year, fully guaranteed $230 million deal. He was one of the players who suffered a season-ending injury in 2023, but he is ready to roll next season.

With a big season ahead, the latest report revealed that Watson has the power to bring a former college teammate onto the team in 2024.

According to Mary Kat Cabot of Cleveland.com, the Browns could consider signing free agent WR Hunter Renfrow if Watson asks.

These two played together at Clemson University from 2015 to 2016, including winning a national championship in 2016. Together they combined for 77 receptions, 987 yards and 11 touchdowns.

While they haven’t played together in the NFL, they built a chemistry together in college and it could return in Cleveland if they wanted to cross that path.

After starting his career well with the Las Vegas Raiders, Renfrow has struggled in recent years. One reason for that was Josh McDaniels’ terrible experiment as the Raiders’ head man.

The 28-year-old has shown that he can be a very capable and effective player in the league. In five NFL seasons, Renfrow has recorded 269 receptions for 2,884 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns.

Watson has the power within the Browns organization to bring in Renfrow and that is something he needs to consider. Considering they already have a history together.

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