No 2. Damarious Randall, Safety
While I believe that Damarious Randall is one of the most interesting Browns players in the past few years, there are still a few things that can be deemed as true statements when it comes to Randall — he is a good safety in the league, it just seems as if ex-head coach Freddie Kitchens ran him out of Cleveland.
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At times, Randall seemed like a fan favorite in Cleveland. Fans loved him and he loved the fans, even saying he wanted to finish his career here in with the Browns.
While many athletes say this about their respective city, Randall is just another guy that falls under the category of making a statement like that and then being gone a year later.
From the rumors of not wanting to practice to being a healthy scratch at times, Randall is another guy who was seemingly in Kitchens’ dog house last season.
In 2018, Randall had four interceptions for the Browns before having zero last season, with only 61 total tackles to show for his work. Make no mistake, the Browns have been quick to fill his shoes with signing Karl Joseph and drafting LSU safety Grant Delpit in the second round of this season’s draft.
While it will be very hard to ever get the full understanding of what happened with Randall and the Browns last year leading to his departure, Randall is still a solid safety in the league and should provide solid depth for the Raiders.