The Browns may have suffered a loss with the news of wide receiver Josh Gordon being possibly suspended for an extended amount of time for failing a second drug test. That report, however, didn’t deter them from their pre-draft strategy as they truly stuck to their board and never selected a receiver. While first-time general manager Ray Farmer earned a 2015 first-round pick by trading back in Round 1, he certainly made a splash by adding Joe Haden’s counterpart in Oklahoma State's Justin Gilbert and franchise quarterback Johnny Manziel. The Browns’ new identity emphasizes employing players with toughness. Towson running back Terrance West is a thick-framed player who weighs over 220 pounds and Nevada offensive tackle Joel Bitonio can play any position on the offensive line. On top of that they added a long cornerback in Lindenwood's Pierre Desir. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) Courtesy of FOXSports.comThe opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Comcast.