Defensive Tackle Carl Davis
The Baltimore Ravens drafted Carl Davis in the third-round of the 2015 NFL Draft, but he has never been unable to find a significant role in their defense.
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In his career, Davis has compiled 30 total tackles and 0.5 sacks in 28 NFL games. Although he has only been a role player, he has been able to be a run-stuffer up the middle.
Davis is good against the run, but has never really been a threat to get to the quarterback. At 6-foot-5 and 321 pounds, he is never going to be a pass rushing threat. But his inability to create a lot of pressure in 28 games is concerning.
The biggest reason the Browns should consider adding Davis is the team needs more depth at defensive tackle. Although the team already has solid one-tech players in Jamie Meder and Trevon Coley, it never hurts to have another big run-stuffer up the middle.
With the amount of versatility the Browns have on the defensive line, they don’t need a player that rushes the quarterback at defensive tackle. Adding a player that can take up two blockers is the type of depth the Browns need to add. And at only 26-years-old, there is still some upside in Davis’ game.