The Cleveland Browns signed offensive tackle Greg Senat to the practice squad on Tuesday.
The signing of Senat brings the practice squad to 15 players, one shy of the league maximum of 16.
The 6-foot-6 and 305-pound Senat was originally a sixth-round selection by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2018 NFL Draft. He spent the majority of his rookie season on injured reserve with a foot injury that caused him additional trouble when he Tweeted out a photo of his injured foot in a walking boot.
Senat was waived by the Ravens in 2019 and picked up by the Kansas City Chiefs, where he spent most of last season on Kansas City’s injured reserve list.
Looking back at Senat’s draft profile, Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller wrote that:
Greg Senat is a late-round “draft and stash” kind of player teams will look to develop into a starter. With so few prospects coming out of college ready to play in the pros immediately, Senat offers intriguing upside as an athlete at tackle.
Senat certainly has the size for the position. Maybe if he can stay healthy he might turn into a serviceable depth player for the Browns.
Senat joins Brady Aiello as one of two offensive tackles on Cleveland’s practice squad.