37. Brynden Trawick
Trawick isn’t a household name, but that doesn’t mean he’s not a quality player. He was signed this offseason, after spending his first three years as a member of the Baltimore Ravens.
Trawick led Baltimore’s special teams unit, graded by PFF as the best in the NFL in 2015, and Trawick was easily the best player in that group. He finished with ten solo tackles, all without missing a single tackle.
So while his role may not be as high of an impact position as others, it can easily be argued that Trawick is better at his job than many on the team are at their job.
– Nick Hjeltness