Cleveland Browns: 3 underrated 2022 offseason moves

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Oklahoma’s Perrion Winfrey (8) lines up before a play a college football game between the University of Oklahoma Sooners (OU) and the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Okla., Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021. Oklahoma won 23-16.Thigh Pad /

Cleveland Browns Underrated Move No. 2 – Drafting Perrion Winfrey

Now, I will admit, there has been a lot of chatter after the Browns drafted Perrion Winfrey, the defensive tackle out of Oklahoma. So, while I call it an underrated pick, I’m going all in to say that this guy is going to have a monster rookie year.

Now, I do have my doubts about Winfrey being able to be on the field for every snap. He’s a pass-rushing machine but can be a liability at times in running situations. One thing is for certain, Berry has shown early and often that he doesn’t worry as much about the run up the middle and focuses all his attention on rushing the passer.

What I like most about Winfrey, he has a motor that never stops. He’s the guy that everyone loves if you root for the Browns, but the guy that everyone hates when you cheer for the opposing team. He gives you 120 percent effort on every snap, and that is something that is underappreciated anymore.

The Browns have a ton of depth at defensive tackle, but I would argue that no one has earned the right as the starting tackle. There will be four of our five guys who all have a shot to be the opening day starter, and I would not be the least bit surprised if Winfrey earns that privilege.