Cleveland Browns Should Make a Strong Push for Antrel Rolle

March 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Coming soon after the announcement of Kurt Warner's retirement, the Arizona Cardinals will announce their release of deepback Antrel Rolle.
Rolle, an alternate in the recent 2010 Pro Bowl, is an intriguing thought. In 2009, Rolle racked up 72 tackles, eight pass deflections, 1.5 sacks, one forced fumble, and four interceptions.
He is exactly what the Cleveland Browns need! Help in their secondary.
First, we will take a look at the Browns secondary as a whole. As of now, Eric Wright is the only good player the Browns have in their secondary. Abe Elam is tolerable and Mike Adams is a solid backup, but everyone else falls short of expectations.
Brandon McDonald is not starter-worthy, Mike Furrey shouldn't be playing safety, Corey Ivy and Hank Poteat are washed up, etc. I'm still undecided on Coye Francies.
So, the Browns only have one true starter in their secondary. It seems apparent that the Browns want to fix this problem via the draft and free agency. Many ...

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