Over the years, the Cleveland Browns have established a reputation for being one of the laughing stocks of the NFL--especially with all of the recent drama surrounding Johnny Manziel. However, after landing Baylorstar wide receiver Corey Coleman in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, the Browns and their fan base actually have something to be excited about heading into the future.

Cleveland selected Coleman with the 15th overall pick in Thursday's draft (first wide receiver taken) after a stellar career with the Bears--including his final season in which he caught 74 passes for 1,363 yards and 20 touchdowns as a junior.

There was a reason why Coleman was considered one of the top wideouts from this year's draft class and with the lack of weapons in Cleveland's offense, there's every reason to believe the rookie will have an immediate impact with his new team.

Browns' lack of offense

Afterranking near the bottom of the league in offense last season (25th overall), it was clear the Browns were in desperate need of some changes this offseason if they were going to have any chance of competing in 2016. Cleveland found themselves in an early hole after losing Travis Benjamin to the San Diego Chargers in free agency, but the argument can be made the team found a better replacement after drafting Coleman.

Lucky for the Browns, Coleman has the type of power and speed to have an immediate impact at wideout during his rookie season and Cleveland should be extremely pleased with this selection

Robert Griffin III connection

As he attempts to revive his career with a new team, Robert Griffin III has to be pleased with the Browns spending their first round pick on a talented Baylor--where RGIII attended school--player such as Coleman.

Even though they never officially played together at school, Cleveland can only hope Griffin and Coleman will use the Baylor connection to establish chemistry early on with each other on the Football field. The Browns' offense has been anything but exciting over the last couple of seasons, but with the additions of Coleman and Griffin--this team may actually be fun to watch in 2016.

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