The Facts: There's a sense Harrison will be a significant part of incoming coordinator Rob Chudzinski's new offense.
Diehards Line:The running back from Washington State is a solid 212 pounds and he had a solid preseason a year ago. But the Browns backed off him early in the season. He seems back in favor now. That said, Harrison's role will be limited as long as Jamal Lewis, who had arthroscopic surgery to clean up bone spurs in his ankle, is healthy -- which it appears he'll be.