Trevon Coley, DT
Things one thing about Gregg Williams we know is true. The Browns star defensive coordinator loves rotating rotating those bodies on the defensive line.
With Trevon Coley‘s emergence during the Cleveland Browns Training Camp, Williams should have another body to add to the rotation.
Coley joined the Browns’ practice squad late last season, after spending the 2016 camp season with the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent.
Head coach Hue Jackson made a specific point of mentioning Coley’s name following practice Aug. 3. ESPN Cleveland analyst Tony Grossi even made of point of calling Coley the “breakout player” of camp.
It’s still early, but Jackson’s tidbit certainly speaks volumes as to what the head coach thinks the 25-year-old product of Flordia Atlantic can be.
The defensive ends will receiver considerable attention as Myles Garrett and Emmanuel Ogbah promise to grab the spotlight if they can get to the quarterback. On the inside, the Browns have Danny Shelton coming off a promising second season. Desmond Bryant looks good early on after missing the entire 2016 season due to a pectoral injury. Jamie Meder has also proved to be solid rotational tackle.
Sixth-round pick Caleb Brantley‘s progression has been slowed by a finger injury, but Xavier Cooper hasn’t exactly showed out. With Jackson mentioning Coley’s name, the opportunity for his certainly there.