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The Browns enter the offseason unsettled on offense. QB Colt McCoy will have to compete to keep his starting job in 2012 — but if the Browns make a major investment at quarterback, whether in the draft, via trade or in free agency, then all bets are off. The Browns could also start fresh at running back with Peyton Hillis set to become a free agent and the club mum on his future in Cleveland. The WR corps also figures to get some help. Rookie WR Greg Little showed promise, catching a team-high 61 passes, but the Browns need greater strength in numbers. Browns GM Tom Heckert noted that in his time in the Eagles' front office, Philadelphia had only one so-called "No. 1" wide receiver — Terrell Owens. The Browns, Heckert said, need "just three good receivers and we'll be in good shape." The question now is how the Browns will go about upgrading that WR corps, as well as the rest of the offense.