3. Haason Reddick
It’s all about money, but if the price is right, Haason Reddick would be an excellent addition to the Browns’ pass rushing corps.
Some may remember the name, as he was a popular mock draftee of Browns draftniks ahead of the 2017 draft. Reddick ended up landing in Arizona where his career got off to a slow start as the Cardinals tried to play him off the ball.
The lightbulb finally went off in Arizona, as Reddick was asked to do one thing really well: Get after the quarterback.
He responded by totaling a career-high 12.5 sacks, while also accumulating 56 pressures on 412 pass rushing snaps. Twenty-six of those pressures came during the final month of the 2020 campaign, according to PFF.
The Browns will add a pass rusher this offseason, as nobody besides Myles Garrett could generate consistent pressure. Reddick, a former first-round pick whose fifth-year option was declined, is a name to remember.