Why not bring in some more LSU defensive backs to replace the ones who are currently hurt? Former LSU standout Morris Claiborne is currently a free agent and has a solid eight seasons and one Super Bowl ring underneath his belt. Claiborne is at the ripe age of 30-years-old, and likely still has a good season or two left in him.
While Claiborne never really lived up to the hype after being selected by the Cowboys with the sixth overall pick in 2012 NFL Draft, he could find himself a meaningful role aside Denzel Ward as a starting cornerback for the Cleveland Browns until Williams returns from his injury.
Claiborne has 74 career starts, and in those starts, he has racked up seven interceptions and a solid 49 pass deflections. Considering the trend with the Browns racking up LSU players, he would fit in the locker room just fine. Claiborne was also college teammates with Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr., which means the players would most likely be happy to see him become a member of the organization.
With a need at cornerback, and Claiborne already likely being a fit for the locker room, it would be a good fit for both parties, as Claiborne would be able to play right away and not have to adjust to the culture Landry and Beckham have helped establish in Cleveland.