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2023 Defensive

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Regular Season 23 0 0 0 0.0

Top Rodney McLeod News

  • Browns' Rodney McLeod: Retiring after 2024 season

    McLeod (biceps) said Tuesday he plans to retire after the 2024 season, Daniel Oyefusi of ESPN.com reports.

    McLeod is presumably healthy after a biceps injury limited him to 10 appearances (five starts) in 2023. He signed a one-year deal back in March to return to Cleveland for a second season. The soon-to-be 34-year-old will likely serve as a depth option in the secondary while also handling a role on special teams.

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  • Browns' Rodney McLeod: Inks new deal with Cleveland

    The Browns re-signed McLeod (biceps) on a one-year deal Saturday, per The Cleveland Plain Dealer.

    The veteran safety is back with Cleveland after spending his 2023 campaign with the Browns. McLeod appeared in just 10 games (five starts) last season due to a biceps injury, but he was fairly productive when on the field, logging 29 total tackles and defending one pass. The 33-year-old also contributed on special teams with 108 special teams snaps in 2023, and he's expected to compete for a similar role this offseason.

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  • Browns' Rodney McLeod: Officially sent to injured reserve

    The Browns placed McLeod (biceps) on injured reserve Tuesday.

    Coach Kevin Stefanski already announced McLeod is done for the season with a torn biceps suffered in the Week 11 win over the Steelers. With McLeod sidelined, Ronnie Hickman should slide in as the Browns' third safety behind starters Grant Delpit and Juan Thornhill.

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  • Browns' Rodney McLeod: Done for 2023 with biceps injury

    Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski announced Monday that McLeod will require season-ending surgery to address the biceps injury he suffered in Sunday's 13-10 win over the Steelers, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports.

    McLeod started Sunday's game in place of an injured Juan Thornhill (calf), recording five tackles prior to his departure. The veteran safety will turn 34 years old in June and is scheduled for free agency this spring.

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  • Browns' Rodney McLeod: Done for day

    McLeod (biceps) has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's contest with Pittsburgh, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports.

    McLeod suffered a biceps injury and he'll now be forced to sit out the rest of the game against the Steelers. He was starting in place of Juan Thornhill (calf), so Ronnie Hickman could be the next man up at safety from Cleveland.

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  • Browns' Rodney McLeod: Starting Week 1

    McLeod will start Sunday's matchup against the Bengals, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

    With Juan Thornhill (calf) inactive, McLeod will garner an increased role in the season opener. McLeod has been a full-time starter for multiple teams during his 10-year career and should provide a stabilizing presence to Cleveland's secondary versus Joe Burrow and company. Last year, McLeod recorded a career-high 96 tackles across 17 appearances with the Colts. He added eight pass defenses, two interceptions and one fumble recovery.

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  • Browns' Rodney McLeod: Headed for Cleveland

    McLeod has agreed to terms with the Browns, Jake Trotter of ESPN reports.

    McLeod spent the 2022 season with the Colts, where he posted career highs with 96 tackles and eight passes defended. Per Trotter, the 32-year-old projects to fill a key backup role in the Browns secondary behind expected starting safeties Grant Delpit and Juan Thornhill. McLeod, who has the versatility to play either strong or free safety, previously played under new Browns defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz while the two were in Philadelphia.

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  • Colts' Rodney McLeod: Posts career highs in 2022

    Over 17 appearances, McLeod logged 96 tackles (59 solo) and eight passes defended, including two interceptions, as well as a fumble recovery during the 2022 campaign.

    McLeod emerged into a starting role three games into his first year with the Colts. The 32-year-old safety, who spent the previous six seasons with Philadelphia, also appeared in every regular-season contest for the first time since the 2019 campaign. As a result, he posted career highs in tackles and passes defended to go along with the third pick-six of his career. McLeod played on a one-year, $1.77 million contract with Indianapolis this season, so he's now set to become an unrestricted free agent again this offseason.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-10, 185 lbs
Birthplace: Clinton, MD
Age: 34
School: Virginia
Experience: 13