10. Hanford Dixon, CB
Hanford Dixon was unknown to most Browns fans when the team made him the 22nd pick of the 1981 Draft.
The Mobile, AL, native stared at Southern Mississippi, most commonly known as the college home of Brett Favre.
Dixon totaled 26 interceptions in his career, which saw him earn three Pro Bowl selections, in addition to garnering f All-Pro recognition on two different occasions.
His prime came in the mid-to-late1980s when the Browns were in contention to make the Super Bowl.
Along with Frank Minefield, the duo formed a fearsome defensive backfield. Dixon is credited with the formation of the “Dawg Pound” at Cleveland Municipal Stadium for the way he barked at his teammates.
Dixon and Minnefield were named the second best corner random in NFL history, according to NFL.com.