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It’s been two weeks since the Cleveland Browns landed safety Ronnie Harrison in a trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He made an appearance in Week 1, but it wasn’t much more than that.
This week, there’s hope he can play more and the Browns could use the spark he could provide. But is that the plan?
That’s the question Andrew Gribble of the team’s official website took in his mailbag and his answer is one of the highlights in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
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"“I see him being a big contributor, especially as he continues to learn the defense and everything,” CB Denzel Ward said. “You saw as soon as he came in, like one of his first days of practice, he got an interception on the one of the first or second days out at practice. He is just out there making plays. I definitely see him having more of a role as the games go along.”"
Cleveland is trying to get Harrison up to speed and the praise from Denzel Ward is encouraging. He’s a big safety at 6-foot-3 and 214-pounds and could be a huge help considering the injury to Grant Delpit and the struggles from Andrew Sendejo.
"“Landry was officially listed as questionable to play due to a hip injury.The veteran receiver missed practice on Tuesday and was listed as limited for Wednesday’s practice. Landry was not on Monday’s injury report.”"
Landry had hip surgery in the offseason so it’s possible him missing practice was a rest day. Still, it’s worth keeping an eye on.
"“For at least the first two home games of the season, however, games at FirstEnergy Stadium will look a lot different, with only 6,000 fans permitted to attend as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.”"
Thankfully we are going to have football, and for a while it seemed as though we might not have. Still, it’s going to be weird to see so few fans in the Dawg Pound.
"“He understands that this is his year to prove it, or they might have to find somebody else.”"
Joe Thomas had some tough words for Baker Mayfield, but he’s not wrong. Personally, I believe in No. 6 but he needs to start stringing together some good games or he could be in trouble.
Matt McFatridge looks at the Browns game against the Bengals and highlights their three keys to victory in the Week 2 matchup on Thursday Night Football.
Even after a frustrating Week 1 performance, Elliot Kennel is not ready to give up on Odell Beckham, Jr. He believes the Browns wideout is going to turn things around and have a great season still.