DT Ndamukong Suh
The Cleveland Browns have to address the middle of the team’s defense. That includes safeties, linebackers, and defensive tackles. There isn’t a safety out there that can fix the issues in that part of the secondary, so you just roll with what you have. Unless a trade pops up. So until then, you try to fix everything else. If your boat is sinking and your sails are torn, if you can at least fix the leak, you have a shot to survive.
Same situation here. The Browns don’t have one defensive tackle that you can really say is worth having. Taven Bryan is fine but he’s no playmaker. The rest of the team’s defensive tackles have been atrocious. So going to get Ndamukong Suh isn’t a bad idea at all. He’s a free agent and it seems more like no one is calling, not so much he’s not interested in returning.
Suh’s reputation isn’t great, but then again, so many on this team don’t have great reps, so why let that stop anyone from bringing in him? Suh can improve the Browns’ defensive line just by showing up. He’d already been the biggest defensive tackle on the team and it won’t even be close. Size against the run matters, as does strength and he’s got that in spades.