3. Cleveland Browns C Nick Harris
With J.C. Tretter entrenched as the starting center for the 2021 campaign (hopefully he stays healthy), Nick Harris won’t be a concern to the casual Browns’ fan.
But you’ve got to wonder about his roster spot, especially after garnering a grade of 54.0 from Pro Football Focus. Don’t speak analytics? I’ll translate. It’s terrible.
Harris was out there for 42 snaps, covering 59 percent of Cleveland’s total offensive plays.
The real concern with Harris is that he is strictly a center. There was hope he could play some guard, but he seems way undersized to do so now.
As our own Chad Porto pointed out, Harris didn’t let anyone get by him in the trenches, but whom exactly did he move off their spot?
Ideally, the player backing up the starting center would be more versatile in terms of where they can play on the line.
Harris is a pick of Andrew Berry, though, so this will be a storyline worth watching develop.