Following the conclusion of the team's three-day mandatory minicamp on Thursday, the Cleveland Browns announced that a roster move had been made:
As we reported back on Tuesday, Kearney, a cornerback from Lane College, was brought in on a tryout basis at the start of minicamp. Compared to the rest of our cornerbacks, his height at 6'1" is what stood out.
Miller signed with the Browns last December after the team released CB Dimitri Patterson and placed S T.J. Ward on injured reserve. He has been in the league since 2010 as an undrafted free agent, but has not seen much in-game action. He was active for two games with the Browns last year, playing a role on special teams.
The 90-man roster that the team currently has will likely be what they head into training camp with. Over the next seven weeks, the Browns' coaching staff will gameplan where they anticipate all of those players fitting in on the first-, second-, and third-string teams. Meanwhile, we'll be busy kicking off our 2013 training camp preview, so stay tuned!