Just like the title asks, can you name the former members of the Cleveland Browns who will have a chance to win a Super Bowl ring in Sunday's game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers? There are four of them (let me know if there are any more). Do you know who they are? The names are listed after the jump.
Pittsburgh Steelers - DL Nick Eason: Playing for the Browns from 2004-2006, the backup defensive lineman already has one Super Bowl under his belt after joining the Steelers in 2007. He'll have a chance to become a two-time champion this Sunday. He finished this season with 16 tackles and 2 sacks.
Pittsburgh Steelers - DB Anthony Madison: Playing for the Browns in 2009 for just a couple of games, he had a slightly larger role with the Steelers this season, finishing the year with 24 tackles, 1 sack, and 1 interception. Oddly enough, Madison also played for Pittsburgh from 2006-2008, so he and Eason each have Super Bowl rings from the same Steeler team.
Pittsburgh Steelers - K Shaun Suisham: Remember when we were wondering if Phil Dawson would hold out or anything of that nature in training camp this year? Well, Suisham's tenure for the Browns this year only lasted a month between May and June. He has been very good for Pittsburgh since the team cut Jeff Reed. In 7 games, Suisham was 14-of-15 during the regular season. He is 2-of-3 in the postseason.
- Green Bay Packers - QB Graham Harrell: Yes, he technically never received a contract with the Browns, but he had two tryouts during Eric Mangini's tenure as head coach and seemed to receive quite a bit of press for a guy who was never actually signed. Harrell's path to the NFL is outlined here. He is the Packers' third-string quarterback, so chances are he won't be getting into the game. He can still collect a ring though!