No 2. Greedy Williams
Although cornerback Greedy Williams didn’t have the worst season as a rookie, it definitely was interesting to watch him on the field at times and it was easy to asses his play as poor as the Browns continued to struggle as a whole.
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The only numbers that go to show for Williams’ rookie season are 47 combined tackles, 43 of those being solo. According to PFF, Williams allowed 31 receptions which were tied for 82nd amongst cornerbacks in the league. Williams was given an overall grade of 54.6 to cap off his rookie campaign.
After most Browns fans being excited and thinking the Browns got a steal in drafting Williams with the 46th overall pick, let’s not jump the gun just yet.
They also drafted safety Grant Delpit from LSU and signed a couple of corners courtesy of the undrafted free agency period.
While Williams is still obviously very young and has talent, he is a guy they could end up not having much patience with. He will have more help in the secondary alongside him this year without question, but it is time for him to step up and have a good sophomore season to show us what he is really capable of.