3. Ronnie Harrison
“When would we see Ronnie Harrison more?” It was a question being asked weekly by fans of the Cleveland Browns.
Unfortunately, it took an injury to Karl Joseph for it to happen, but Harrison found his way into the starting lineup after it was announced Joseph would be inactive (hamstring).
The thinking was Harrison would take playing time away from free safety Andrew Sendejo, but the veteran 32-year-old was still out there and still surrounding big plays in Week 5.
While Harrison wasn’t at the position we thought we’d see him at, he still managed to do something the Browns never do: Score a defensive touchdown..
It was as easy a pick as Harrison will ever get, as Phill Rivers locked in on receiver T.Y. Hilton from the play’s onset. Harrison made the jump and could’ve walked into the end zone.
He later the left the game with a concussion. Hopefully, he’s able to rebound soon, because he, along with Sheldrick Redwine, are responsible for the secondary’s two biggest plays of the season.