3. Cleveland Browns S Ronnie Harrison
In 2020, Ronnie Harrison looked like he’s be a Brown for next 5-7 years. Now, I’m not so sure.
I’d call the season a disaster for Harrison, who has been the culprit of blown coverages as defensive coordinator Joe Woods tried to implement a three-safety scheme.
We’ve seen more two safety looks, especially in Cincinnati when the Browns were as physical as they’ve ever been with an opposing team’s wide receivers.
I think Harrison’s become expendable because Cleveland signed John Johnson III and while it’s taken half a season to realize, it’s clear the former Ram is best suited for a strong safety role, where he can play closer to the line of scrimmage.
Grant Delpit has some hits and misses this season, but his career is only nine games old. He could be the long term answer at fee safety.
Harrison has also been a part of some boneheaded penalties. His first one, in which he shoved a coach on the sideline in Week 1, got him booted from the game.