2. Cleveland Browns S Ronnie Harrison
Surprised Ronnie Harrison is back in 2022 because the eye test would indicate he didn’t do much other than get flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct penalties, most notably, shoving a Chiefs’ coach in the season opener.
It looked like Harrison had booked his ticket out of town after Stefanski sat him out of Cleveland’s Week 11 contest against the Lions for an undisclosed disciplinary reason. Harrison went on to miss the final five games due to COVID/ankle issues.
When the Browns let M.J. Stewart walk in free agency, it became clear retaining Harrison would be a need.
And while his stock is down, it could rebound in 2022. Grant Delpit and John Johnson III will likely start. The Browns like to run the three-safety scheme and Harrison’s experienced in it.
That said, his decline in his second season as a Brown has to worry his most ardent supporters.