Defensive tackles haven’t been a source of pride in Cleveland, but the Browns have still had some decent players at the spot. The list is top heavy, it seems in that respect.
Current Brown Ahtyba Rubin took the top spot with nearly 1800 first place votes to Shaun Rogers’ roughly 1100. Orpheus Roye came in third with 467 and Phil Taylor, despite having a solid rookie season had only 151.
Outside of those top four we have “Big” Ted Washington who was “Old” Ted Washington by the time he came to Cleveland. He had his 38th and 39th birthdays in Cleveland before retiring.
Gerard Warren was drafted third overall in 2001, but never lived up to that billing. ”Big Money” had some moments but wore out his welcome after four seasons and was traded to Denver for a 2005 fourth rounder.