Former LSU safety Grant Delpit signed with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday in style... sporting his 2020 LSU Championship ring, his Jim Thorpe Award, and a good looking dog...

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French bulldog breeding is awful. They have to be surgically removed from the mom and almost all need nasal surgery
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How good did you think he was gonna be this season? Could you imagine if you knew what we had on o and what we thought was on d. Lol we were great at the end though
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The Browns? Suggest that he rent, not buy his domicile there.
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Can I pet that dog?!?
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Do they really need to put an advertisement on the Thorpe Award?
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??? Paycom ©?
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Rings on backward
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Its not national signing day for petes sake.
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Maybe he wears the ring for him.. if he straightens his fingers and looks down at the ring, it’s not backward from his perspective. # it ain’t all bout you
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Bama once again proves they're the real InsecureU.
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Congrats Grant! REppin LSU too!
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LOL. Hope he signed with his dog's paw print. Wish him lots of success. Great Tiger from a great family.
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Guy is a different player when healthy. See end of season for that. I believe he will be a good one for the browns.
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Congrats, Grant and I wish you a great, safe, and healthy long career in the NFL! Go get'em man, Geaux Tigers!
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2019 was the worst thing for Grant Delpit's career. If he could have went pro in 2018 he was the first safety off the board and a top 8 pick. The man plays all 2019 through multiple injuries for his team just for his stock to plummet to the mid second round. It's messed up that if he would have pulled a Nick Bosa and sit out after injury, like the year before, he would have been a top 10 pick with 10x the money. I'm glad we got to see him another year and it was awesome to watch his determination to support his brothers en route to a natty. I just wish he had gotten what he deserved, and pick #44 was not it.
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Dude he’s going to get plenty of money. He could make that up on the back end of his deal once he’s got NFL value and the browns have competition to keep him. He’s one of very few who was drafted so I’m sure he’s ok with his status. It was also a product of preseason prep for a semi new position for him as well. He played closer to the LOS last year which suits his skills much more imo. He’s a grade A tackler and he’s a grade A QB rusher but for what ever reason his judgement on balls and his angles were simply off this year. It wasn’t just injury imo unless he was injured from the start of the season to the middle of it. He did improve toward the end of it.
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I highly doubt Delpit would change anything. That championship ring and Thorpe trophy means something to a competitor
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I concur Yeti
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“Business Decision”
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Steal of the draft.
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flexing
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Good luck mr Delpit. You will be missed and hope you have a great career.
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Grant Delpit was ranked much higher than where he ended up getting selected because of his excellent performance at LSU. Grant Delpit stands out for more than just his coverage ability. He had almost twice as many career run-stops as the next closest top safety in this year’s draft. pic.twitter.com/IRJrFheWyh — PFF CLE Browns (@PFF_Browns) April 25, 2020 New #Browns Safety Grant Delpit forced incompletions at a higher rate than any other top safety in the NFL Draft. pic.twitter.com/KSFYXr85qo — PFF CLE Browns (@PFF_Browns) April 25, 2020 Grant Delpit made 10 tackles and didn’t miss a single one throughout the conference championship and playoffs. He came through when it mattered most. pic.twitter.com/hNuwzzl7cH — PFF College (@PFF_College) April 25, 2020
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