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Different leagues may have difference rules about when and what transactions are allowed, but if possible I think these 'buy' players are worth looking into pretty much as soon as possible, especially in the case of Josh Rosen. The free agent 'buy' players would ideally be acquired before free agency.
With Baker Mayfield working with Freddie Kitchens, the Browns offense should be one of the highest-scoring in the league for the foreseeable future. It may more specifically be one of the league's highest-scoring offenses and one that runs primarily out of a three-receiver base.
Perhaps Jarvis Landry will do better in 2019 and reassert his hold on the team's WR1 distinction – his catch rate (54.7 percent) will almost certainly go up at the very least – but they aren't committed to him for the long term and he's thus far given them no reason to become more attached. According to OverTheCap.com, Landry's five-year, $75.5 million deal contains $47 million in guaranteed money, but just over $40 million of that will be paid by the end of 2019. This is probably a two-year contract if Landry doesn't do much better in 2019, in other words. Even if Landry does better the Browns might simply look to trade him at that point.