At first blush, this doesn't appear to be a desirable landing spot. As NFL.com noted, Chubb, who might have pushed for RB2 value in a different situation, will have to compete with Carlos Hyde for early-down and goal-line work in the Browns' crowded backfield. He won't do much as a pass catcher either, as Duke Johnson will fill that role, and Hyde caught 59 passes last year in San Francisco. Chubb rushed 758 times for 4,769 yards and 44 touchdowns in four seasons at Georgia, even though a knee injury that required surgery cut Chubb's sophomore season short at six games. Only Herschel Walker (5,259 in three years) has more career rushing yards at Georgia than Chubb. Browns vice president of player personnel Alonso Highsmith compared Chubb to former Ravens and Browns running back Jamal Lewis. He breaks tackles and will complement Hyde, but until he can pass Hyde on the depth chart, Chubb's re-draft value will be limited.