Cleveland question: can Browns WR Kenny Britt go over 1,000 yards?

Browns wide receiver Kenny Britt, seen here playing for the Rams against against Cleveland in a 2015 game in the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, would love to stack 1,000-yard receiving seasons on top of one another.

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Browns wide receiver Kenny Britt, seen here playing for the Rams against against Cleveland in a 2015 game in the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, would love to stack 1,000-yard receiving seasons on top of one another.

A lot of people would be happy to have a wide receiver on their favorite NFL team rack up 1,000 receiving yards in a season, right? How delirious would Browns fans be if Kenny Britt pulls that off this season?

That’d be quite something, as last season -- when he was with the Rams -- was the first in his eight NFL campaigns that the former Rutgers start hit quadruple figures. He caught 68 passes for 1,002 yards and five touchdowns in his third season playing for St. Louis/Los Angeles after five with the Titans.

The folks who cover the Browns for FanSided sure are optimistic, and apparently none too concerned that wideout Terrelle Pryor left via free agency for the Redskins.

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