We just spoke about the impact Terrance Mitchell would have on the current Cleveland defensive backfield, and literally the same day, they finish the paperwork on bringing in former Oakland Raiders cornerback T.J. Carrie. Looking at his resume and the state of the poor performances coming from Oakland, this would seem like another depth move. However, Carrie is receiving some big cash with a four-year, $31 million deal that includes $10 million fully guaranteed. This indicates the Browns see Carrie in a future starting role.
The Browns’ pass defense needs the help. Cleveland ended the season with Jason McCourty and Jamar Taylor starting at corner and they were a part of a defensive backfield that allowed opposing quarterbacks to complete 68.6 percent of their passes with a rating of 102.3. Those numbers are not good and this front office is desperate to change that.Click here to read more