Bringing the left tackler, Greg Robinson, was obvious to Browns GM John Dorsey.
The man in charge of assembling the Cleveland painting emphasized the importance of continuity on the offensive line. Dorsey was asked about Robinson's signing of the press conference of his NFL combined.
"Whenever you can have five offensive linemen back, there is some comfort," Dorsey said. "Now these guys have to run and be one."
He then turned to Robinson, who fills the bouts admirably after taking over for Desmond Harrison mid-season.
"When evaluating, when Greg assumed his role of left tackle, I thought he had done a good job. The thing I admire most about him is his competitiveness. We tend to forget that he is only 25 years old.
Dorsey left the door open to bring in more competition along the line, but concluded about Robinson saying,
"I could not be happier keeping those five guys together and starting to keep the base in place."