I'll start with your last part. You have no idea how hard any player in the browns locker room works M-S. Work for the city? Not sure how you are even judging that or determine Redwine or 23 has down more for the city.why is 23 still on the field over redwine then?
because (and everybody on earth agrees) he doesn't play FS well at all
system? come on. its simple stuff.redwine is from a pro program.he is ready
he can never be an NFL player/starter without gametime
I dunno it looks like favouritism to me.
how about lets show loyalty to people that have worked their ass of for this team and this city instead of that?
As to the first part, the U hasn't been a pro program in more than a decade. Not that it really matters. For all any of us know Redwine only knows a fraction of the defense plays and assignments within it. Obviously everyone does not agree with what you are trying to claim as such. If that was the case he wouldn't be playing over other guys at this point. Is 23 a long term answer, of course not. But that was a bit obvious from the moment he was signed to a 1 year deal. He was a stop gap vet likely intended to just be rotation, depth, and teacher. That all changed when Delpit went down for the year.