The NFL Draft might be ending, but the fun hasn’t ended yet. The media, along with the players themselves, are about to start reporting on the undrafted free agents who teams are trying to sign. Listed below will be players who have been rumored to have been contacted and signed by the Browns. Also, use this as an open thread to discuss any players we sign, or who you want signed.
The Browns had 68 players on their roster heading into the draft and were projected to draft 7 players. With 75 players total, the maximum they are allowed to have is 90 players. Therefore, the Browns could try to sign about 15 players tonight. In addition, the team would usually invite a lot of others to rookie minicamp for tryouts. Due to the COVID-19 situation, I don’t expect there to really be such a thing as “tryout” news after the draft.
List of Cleveland Browns Undrafted Free Agents or Tryouts
Note: Until the Browns do a press release in a few days, none of these are officially confirmed. Sometimes, players have handshake deals with teams, only to sign with another team. It is a crapshoot.
Refresh often, as we will be updating this thread as news comes out.
- QB Kevin Davidson - Princeton - 6-4, 224 lbs. (Source)
- RB Benny LeMay - Charlotte - 5-8, 221 lbs. (Source)
- RB Brian Herrien - Georgia - 5-11, 209 lbs. (Source)
- WR Tony Brown - Colorado - 6-1, 175 lbs. (Source)
- WR Ja’Marcus Bradley - Louisiana - 6-1, 195 lbs. (Source)
- TE Nate Wieting - Iowa - 6-4, 250 lbs. (Source)
- OT Alex Taylor - South Carolina State - 6-8, 308 lbs. (Source)
- OL Drake Dorbeck - Southern Mississippi - 6-6, 320 lbs. (Source)
- DE George Obinna - Sacramento State - 6-2, 230 lbs. (Source)
- DL Jeffery Whatley - South Alabama - 6-2, 300 lbs. (Source)
- LB Solomon Ajayi - Liberty - 6-1, 235 lbs. (Source)
- DB Jameson Houston - Baylor - 5-11, 200 lbs. (Source)
- CB A.J. Green - Oklahoma State - 6-1, 202 lbs. - (Source) ($145k guaranteed)
- S Jovante Moffatt - Middle Tennessee State - 6-0, 210 lbs. (Source)
- S Elijah Benton - Liberty - 6-1, 205 lbs. (Source)