Cleveland Browns 2015 Roster Analysis: Defensive backs
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Experience: 3 years
Contract status: Free agent 2017
Jordan Poyer entered training camp in 2015 as a backup safety and special teamer. In his third season with the Browns, Poyer received extended playing time in the secondary where he delivered solid play.
Poyer recorded two interceptions on the season and held his own at the safety position when called upon to fill in for injured starters.
Poyer provides the defensive back group with solid depth and experience along the special teams front. Poyer is also a former cornerback and the more a player can contribute the better. Poyer should once again provide a solid backup role in 2016.
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