Free agency is not over, especially for the Cleveland Browns who have critical roster holes to fill.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that the Browns are signing safety Ronnie Harrison to a one-year deal.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 8, 2022
The terms of the deal are not yet known, but Schefter lists his sources as Harrison’s agents Drew Rosenhaus and Ryan Matha.
Harrison Enters His Fifth NFL Season In 2022
Harrison, who turns 25 on April 18, enters his fifth NFL season in 2022.
Drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2018, Harrison was the No. 93 pick (third round) of the draft.
He spent the first two years of his career with the Jaguars before being traded to the Browns in 2020.
Trade: The #Jaguars are sending starting safety Ronnie Harrison to the #Browns, per @RapSheet. The 23-year old safety had 71 tackles and 2 interceptions last season.@TyDunne first mentioned Harrison could be on the move.
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) September 3, 2020
Harrison, for his career, has played in 51 career games.
He has 132 solo tackles, 9 tackles for a loss, 5 interceptions, 5 sacks, and 4 quarterback hits.
The #Browns are bringing back Safety, Ronnie Harrison II, on a 1-Year Deal.🔥
In 23 games in Cleveland, Harrison has registered;
— The Hottest Take (@Hottest_TakePod) April 8, 2022
During this tenure with the Browns, he has allowed a completion rate of 61.5% on 52 targets.
Harrison Played Well Despite Ominous Start In 2021
Harrison’s 2021 season got off to a shaky start with the ejection in the Week 1 Kansas City game.
This was related to the sideline scuffle with Chiefs coach Greg Lewis.
— The Big Lead (@TheBigLead) September 12, 2021
That was not indicative of Harrison’s season.
He played in 12 games, starting in 11, and had 40 solo tackles.
Ronnie Harrison Has Championship Experience
Harrison played college football at the University of Alabama.
He was on both the 2016 and 2018 National Championship teams.
Harrison is attempting to reclaim those winning ways in his third season with the Browns.
A Look At The Browns Safety Depth Chart
Lost to free agency was safety M.J. Stewart who signed with the Houston Texans.
Welcome back to Cleveland Ronnie Harrison!