The Browns needed some help at the safety position following the loss of Grant Delpit, on Thursday they went out and did just that.
Cleveland sent a 2021 fifth-round pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars for safety Ronnie Harrison according to multiple reports.
Harrison, who Jacksonville selected in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft played in 28 games over his first two seasons making 22 starts.
Ronnie Harrison— 📽+🏈x🌴 (@HawaiiBrownsHui) September 3, 2020
23 years old
3rd Selection in the 2018 Draft
72 tackles (10 misses)
Green PFF grades in coverage, pass rush and tackling
Allowed 29 receptions on 43 targets (67%) for 2TD and a NFL passer rating of 80.2#Browns
Harrison will now join Andrew Sendejo, Karl Joseph, and Sheldrick Redwine in the safety room and that could very well be the four safeties they’ll go with as they head into the season opener next week against Baltimore.