While most people would think that a Jaguars player traded to the Browns would be excited - Cleveland is a playoff contender, after all - that wasn't the case with Ronnie Harrison.
The former Jacksonville defensive back was a third-round NFL Draft pick out of Alabama in 2018. The former Crimson Tide star was a solid contributor for the Jaguars through his first two-plus seasons.
This year, Harrison was traded from Jacksonville to Cleveland.
The Browns sent a fifth-round NFL Draft pick to the Jaguars for Harrison. The former Alabama standout admitted this week that he was not a fan of the move at first. However, he's since come around on it.
Harrison now admits that “I can’t imagine a better fit for me."
Harrison is now part of a Browns team making a big push for the playoffs. He's played very well in Cleveland, intercepting Philip Rivers and leading the team in tackles against Cincinnati.
Cleveland is 7-3 on the season heading into Sunday's game against Jacksonville (1-9). The Browns and the Jaguars are scheduled to kick off at 1 p.m. E.T. The game will be televised on CBS.