Terrance Mitchell 5-11, 191 lbs. 7th year as Pro
Terrance Mitchell is entering his third season as a Cleveland Brown and his seventh season as a pro. He is a familiar face on this defense as he was the one who intercepted Sam Darnold in 2018 giving the Browns their first win in over a year.
In Kansas City in 2017, he amassed four interceptions on the year but in the previous two seasons, he has only had one in 2018 and 2019. Last year he was forced into the starting role for a few games as he replaced the injured Greedy Williams and Denzel Ward. Mitchell started in 4 games last year and played in 15 and generated only 3 pass deflections and allowing a 60 percent completion percentage.
Take that with a grain of salt though because he was targeted only 30 times in coverage and didn’t give up a touchdown through the air in coverage either.
Mitchell is a pretty good tackler in space as well. In 2018 he forced two fumbles and had 38 tackles in 8 games played. In 2019 he had only 21 tackles in more games played.
To be fair, he only played in 31 percent of defensive snaps during the season. Mitchell should be able to bounce back this season. With more help in the safety spots and depth in the DB room, Mitchell should see the field a lot and be able to produce as he enters the last year of his contract.