With the acquisition of safety Ronnie Harrison Jr. to a one-year contract, the Indianapolis Colts have strengthened their secondary.
The Jacksonville Jaguars selected Harrison in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft.
He played five NFL seasons, the first two in Jacksonville and the last three in Cleveland, compiling 223 tackles, five and a half sacks.
Two fumble recoveries, five interceptions, 23 passes defended, and one non-offensive touchdown in the 2020 NFL campaign when he had a pick-six for the Cleveland Browns.
In contrast to previous defenses seen in the modern age, the Crimson Tide defense in 2016 was exceptional.
Harrison was responsible for two of those touchdowns, a pick-six on a screen ball at Tennessee and a fumble return during homecoming versus Kentucky.
That defense scored eight times on opponents' turnovers.
After that, Harrison remained at Alabama for another season before announcing his intention to enter the 2018 NFL Draft.