5. Cleveland Browns S Ronnie Harrison
Check Google. I was ready for the Cleveland Browns to cut Ronnie Harrison two weeks ago after another penalty on a late sideline hit.
Since I don’t have that power, I looked at how he’s probably playing himself out of a contract extension–and I stand by it more than ever.
Defensive coordinator Joe Woods is determined to make the triple-safety scheme of Harrison, Johnson and Grant Delpit work, but like Johnson, Harrison blows coverages, misses tackles and frankly, doesn’t do much to impact the game.
Harrison’s so bad, I’ve been wanting to see more traditional two-safety looks with Delpit and Johnson, with the later playing closer to the line of scrimmage.
Harrison gave up a 3-yard touchdown pass to Hunter Hentry late in the first quarter, when the tight end beat him to the corner of the end zone.
He later memorably made a nice tackle, when the Browns were down, I don’t know, four scores? Who cares? Anyway, they were down, a lot and Harrison was jumping around like he saved the Super Bowl.
Harrison can be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season.