Brad Seaton, Offensive Tackle
Brad Seaton is a tackle that is no stranger to the Browns practice squad as that is where he spent 2018. Given the Browns do not have long-term solutions at Tackle currently, they would be wise to keep Seaton if the opportunity presents itself.
Seaton is officially listed at 6-9 and 330lbs, and he moves really well for a man of that stature. Talented big men like Seaton are not easy to find. Also, do not be surprised if he is picked up off waivers by another team.
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Brian Fineanganfo, Offensive Tackle
Again, we have another offensive tackle that if left unclaimed off waivers would be a good addition to the practice squad. Brian Fineanganfo is a 6-foot-6, 316-pound rookie out of Idaho State. Although coming into the league at 24 years old, Fineanganfo is still a raw prospect and could greatly benefit from being given more time to develop. Being placed on the practice squad could allow Fineanganfo to refine his skills and compete for a starting spot next season.
Willie Harvey, Linebacker
Harvey definitely flashed when given playing time this preseason. He’s probably the longest shot to make the practice squad because of what he put on tape. Harvey showed a propensity to play downhill and be effective versus the run.
He also showed that he could contribute on special teams. At 5-foot-11 and 230-pounds he is a bit undersized for a player whose primary function is that of a run stopper, and that might make some teams shy away. It’s hard to imagine the Browns not giving Harvey a spot on the practice squad if he clears waivers.