Cleveland Browns: All-Time roster
By Randy Gurzi
Defensive Line — Anthony Pleasant, Michael Dean Perry, Bob Golic, Myles Garrett
Our first defensive end on this list is Anthony Pleasant, who played for the Browns from 1990-1995 and then spent the 1996 season with the Baltimore Ravens franchise. Pleasant continued to play until 2003 and won two Super Bowls late in his career with the New England Patriots. He was listed at 6-foot-5 and 280-pounds and was at his best in the 1993 season when he recorded 11 sacks for the Browns.
Across from him at the other end is second-year player Myles Garrett. Sure, he hasn’t done a lot to earn this spot, but let’s be honest — this guy is a beast. No one debated Garrett as the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft and he had seven sacks as a rookie in just 11 games. He could become one of the best ever to play on the edges for the Browns.
In between these two is the duo of Michael Dean Perry and Bob Golic. Dean Perry played both end and tackle, and has the second highest sack total in Cleveland history with 51.5. Golic played all over the field on defense in his career, but was listed as a nose tackle for the Browns. He manned the position for seven seasons and makes the cut here.