Kenny Vaccaro: Cleveland Browns

Kenny Vaccaro is not a great safety. However, the 27-year-old is good enough to still be in the league.

The No. 15 pick in the 2013 NFL draft is a stout run defender who has piled up 385 total tackles in his five professional seasons. He even played some slot corner for the Saints last year, racking up a career-high three best nfl jerseys interceptions in the process.

Like Reid, Vaccaro protested during the national anthem early in the 2017 season, which may be contributing to his lack of employment, as Steven Ruiz of For The Win suggested. But as teams move into training camp and realize they’re in a predicament at safety, that could spur some tire-kicking on Vaccaro’s jersey for cheap

The first team to pick up the phone should hail from northern Ohio.

On paper, Cleveland’s starting safeties right now are Damarious Randall and Jabrill Peppers. The former is a converted cornerback, and to say the latter struggled as a rookie would be an enormous jerseys cheap authentic

If nothing else, Vaccaro could provide depth behind the pair. He’d likely replace one of them as a starter, though.

And it isn’t like the Browns lack the cap space to sign him. No team has more wiggle room than Cleveland’s $70.6 million.custom nfl jerseys cheap

When a team has $70-plus million in cap space and a roster with a number of holes, said team is bound to get mentioned as a potential destination for prominent available free agents.

From an impact perspective, Johnathan Hankins may be the most prominent free agent left on the market.customized nfl jerseys cheap

The 26-year-old nose tackle is in the prime of his career. Hankins posted 44 tackles and two sacks last year for the Indianapolis Colts, and his seven-sack 2014 season belies pass-rushing chops you don’t see all that often in players that weigh 320 pounds.

It’s somewhat surprising that Hankins hasn’t already found work—at least until you consider that he languished in free agency for a month last year before inking a three-year, $27 million deal with the Colts.

The Browns could give Hankins a one-year, $8 million deal without breaking a sweat. After trading Danny Shelton in the offseason, they’re woefully thin at the 1-technique spot—and both tackle spots, too.custom nfl jerseys

The Browns have made a lot of noise personnel-wise this offseason. On paper, the NFL’s worst team looks markedly better this year.

Signing Hankins would be a matter of them patching one more glaring hole.