Caleb Brantley, DT
Caleb Brantley was another big man on the defensive front you couldn’t help but notice.
Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams rotated a lot of players between the first and second-team units, and Brantley proved to be a nuisance.
He got his hand on a Foles pass attempt and made his way into the backfield on several occasions, even recording a sack.
I just got done gushing about Jamie Meder, but Caleb Brantley is another reason the Browns’ defensive front looks strong.
It wasn’t a surprise to see Williams mixing and matching players between units because it’s what he’d do in a regular season game.
For what’s it’s worth, Brantley entered the game behind Larry Ogunjobi on the Browns’ unofficial depth chart.