"He puts pressure on the quarterback," Harrison said. "He may not [always] get to the quarterback, [but he's good at] disrupting throws, creating [a situation where the] quarterback has to move in the pocket. He's very good at doing that. He played the run very well this year as well. Offensively, he's a tremendous run blocker. The same things he brings to the defensive side are advantages on the offensive side. He plays tackle for us, and when you've got two 6-5-inch arms, it's a long way to run around him to get to the QB. He didn't give up a sack this year. He's very good in pass-blocking and he was certainly, for us, a tremendous run-blocker. That's a good quandary to have."