Jaguars trade Ronnie Harrison to Browns

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Safety Ronnie Harrison is on the move.

Harrison has been traded from the Jaguars to the Browns, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The Jaguars are getting a 2021 fifth-round pick.

The Browns have been in the safety market since Grant Delpit was lost for the season. Harrison can fill the void Delpit’s injury created.

Harrison originally joined the Jaguars as a third-round draft pick out of Alabama in 2018. Last year he started 14 games in Jacksonville.

13 responses to “Jaguars trade Ronnie Harrison to Browns

  1. Jags used a 3rd , and traded him for a 5th. Some in the front office isn’t good with math.

  2. the Browns will like this kid.. young, talented and an inexpensive salary for His production. I was very excited to watch his development with the Jaguars but of course, they’re doing everything they can to Tank for Trevor. My Jaguars are completely inept. What’s worse, is that this FO was given the ultimatum to “win now” but the moves there making – saving cap space, acquiring draft picks, BS lip service that they’re fielding the “best 53”; all the moves they’re making signal that our inept front office will be back for a THIRD REBUILD. GM Dave Caldwell is getting more chances then Josh Gordon, sheeeesh!!

  3. In a honest to goodness statement, can any Jags player tell me about him as a Browns fan? I was told the Jags secondary was trash last year but was it because of other reasons or was this safety just bad?

    Thank you all!

  4. jonathankrobinson424 says
    Jags used a 3rd , and traded him for a 5th. Some in the front office isn’t good with math.

    On the Jaguars chart is shows they got a 2nd. 5-3=2

  5. lenke08 says:

    In a honest to goodness statement, can any Jags player tell me about him as a Browns fan?

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    I don’t know enough about the Browns at safety to say if he’s an upgrade or not. Solid tackler, he’s best used in the box. He was pretty bad in coverage as a rookie year but improved in his 2nd year. He’s young with room to grow, worth the 5th.

  6. I’ve been following the NFL for 40 years and I honestly cannot recall such a roster purge. This is either a Tank for Trevor or Lose for London situation. I don’t really think there’s any chance of the team moving to London, so that only leaves the other option. Does the GM want to be fired? Has he been told that he won’t be? I sincerely don’t understand any of what they’re doing in Duuuval.

  7. If the Jags had a new front office these moves would make perfect sense but the guys cutting all these players are the same ones that picked them!

  8. @lenke08, I think he was a pretty good player with a high ceiling. This is a good move for Cleveland for a bargain basement price. Low risk, high reward.

  9. Ordinarily I could understand a team piling up draft picks in a rebuilding year but c’mon, it’s the Jags. They are historically awful making draft picks. A punter in the 2nd round? Blaine Gabbert. James Blackmon. Luke Joekel. The list goes on and on. The NFL should just tell Khan that if he doesn’t care about winning then he must sell the team or be kicked out of the NFL.

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