CB Robert Jackson
The Browns are pretty content with their cornerbacks. Barring injury, the team will go into the regular season with Denzel Ward, Greedy Williams, Greg Newsome, Troy Hill, and more than like M.J. Stewart. Who plays what, and how many reps everyone gets is still up in the air, but they seem to be the guys that everyone is expecting to be the core group.
Injuries can change expectations, but it seems like these are the five most-discussed names. That means that Robert Jackson is not likely to make the team in any facet unless injuries prompt a need for him.
Jackson, who went undrafted in 2018, has been with the Browns for the last two years, after spending time with the Texans and Colts before and eventually ending up in Cleveland. For the last two years, across two different coaches, Jackson has been a practice squad player that’s been called up to play 16 total games for the Browns.
He may be on the team for a third-straight year, but it seems unlikely that Jackson is going to unseat anyone ahead of him. The Browns are no longer lacking at corner depth so it seems Jackson is expendable.