Oh ye of little faith! The change of venue may do him good. It's easier for a large dude, like himself, to play football OUTDOORS where it's meant to be played, in November. I can only hope that he outperfoms his past in Detroit. After all, he is a 2 time pro-bowler, is he not?
Corey Williams and Shaun Rogers were acquired on the same day in separate trades for the same reason—to make the Browns better against the run and to crush the pocket on pass plays so the outside linebacker can get to the quarterback.
If Williams or Rogers makes the play, so much the better; Williams had seven sacks with the Packers and Rogers had seven with the Lions.
Ever since the trades were made on Feb. 29, Rogers has garnered most of the attention because he was labeled a malcontent in Detroit. He has shown none of those traits with the Browns, but labels are hard to shake.