"Like every defensive coach, probably in the world, you want a really aggressive defense, a really physical defense. These guys are physical players, they’re very aggressive. They play with an attitude. They’re both hard workers. Phil’s a giant inside guy. We need that. Our division is a tough division, not that there are any out there that aren’t tough, but ours is very physically tough. People pride themselves in this division on their physical play and their ability to run the football. We’ve got to be able to stop that to some degree, control that. Phil’s a big, physical force inside. Jabaal is a physical player on the edge. He’s got pass-rush skills, as does Phil. Different, obviously, but Jabaal’s got speed off the edge. He’s got an attitude; he comes to the ball; he hits people. "Buster and Hagg are two defensive backs that we like a great deal, Buster’s got great speed and, we thought, great athletic ability. We love the way he played. He was a tough guy that fit us too. He’s not a big man like the two up-front guys, but he doesn’t have to be. We’re anticipating contributions from both he and Eric Hagg. Eric has a great feel for the game. He didn’t run a great time at the combine, but every time you watch a Nebraska football game on tape, he just made plays. He continued to make plays and he was a smart player. He played in their Nickel package as a nickel and in their Dime sub-package. We think he can play some safety too, probably either one, free or strong."Dick Jauron in a nice interview with ClevelandBrowns.com Personally I am excited to hear him talk about an aggressive defense and the role of PT in the middle.