On Monday, the Cleveland Browns continued adding to their depth at the guard position heading into training camp with the signing of OG Jovahn Fair, an undrafted rookie free agent out of Temple. Fair (6-2, 310 lbs) had originally signed with the Kansas City Chiefs as an undrafted free agent before being waived recently.
Fair started four years at left guard at Temple. He was Dane Brugler’s 46th-ranked guard in this year’s draft class. Here were his grades from Pro Football Focus over the past couple of years:
UDFA: G Jovahn Fair— PFF KC Chiefs (@PFF_Chiefs) April 26, 2020
• 75.1 Overall
• 83.3 Pass Block
• 72.1 Run Block
• 87.0 Pass Block Grade in 2019 (6th among all FBS guards)
• Career 2.4% Pressure Rate
To make room on the roster for Fair, the Browns waived CB Jameson Houston. Although Houston wasn’t highly-rated coming out of the draft, Cleveland had given him $60,000 in guaranteed money when he signed.