3. Ryan Delaire, EDGE, Colts
But if Colts’ defensive end Ryan Delaire becomes available, he would be worth a look.
He signed with Tampa as undrafted free agent in 2015 and the 26-year-old is making a case to make Indy’s final roster.
Delaire’s made the most of his opportunities this offseason, rating as PFF’s highest graded defensive player on the Colts roster after recording two sacks and recovering a fumble.
Alas, one preseason game doesn’t make a career, but Delaire would be a solid addition as a backup if the Browns don’t believe in either Nassib or Orchard.
Thomas might be a different story, though.
Dorsey drafted the Miami product in the third round, and while he’s had a quiet camp, I wouldn’t count on the organization cutting him so quickly. Perhaps they’d do it if they thought Thomas could be snuck onto the practice squad, but as a third-round pick, someone would likely scoop him up.