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OFFENSE

  • QB David Blough - Purdue - 6-1, 205 lbs. (Source)
  • RB Darrin Hall - Pittsburgh - 5-11, 225 lbs. (Source)
  • RB Trayone Gray - Miami - 6-2, 240 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • WR Dorian Baker - Kentucky - 6-2, 206 lbs. (Source)
  • WR Chris Osei-Kusi - Queens - 6-2, 197 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • TE Stephen Carlson - Princeton - 6-4, 240 lbs. (Source)
  • OT Brian Fineanganofo - Idaho State - 6-6, 295 lbs. (Source)
  • TE Mavin Saunders - Kansas - 6-4, 236 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • WR D.J. Montgomery - Austin Peay - 6-1, 201 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • TE Odell Miller - Western Michigan - 6-3, 270 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT

DEFENSE

  • DL Dougladson Subtyl - Arizona State - 6-5, 251 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • EDGE Wyatt Ray - Boston College - 6-3, 257 lbs. (Source)
  • EDGE Jarrell Owens - Oklahoma State - 6-3, 262 lbs. (Source)
  • LB Dedrick Young - Nebraska - 6-0, 233 lbs. (Source)
  • S Jermaine Ponder - St. Francis - 6-1, 197 lbs. (Source)
  • LB Willie Harvey - Iowa State - 5-11, 226 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • DT Gary Moore - Minnesota - 6-3, 304 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • S Bo Brooks - Missouri S&T - 6-2, 209 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • S JT Hassell - Florida Tech - 6-0, 199 lbs. (Source)
  • S Aaron Wade - Utah State - 6-1, 200 lbs. (Source)
  • LB Brian Bell - Akron - 6-3, 218 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • S Amani Dennis - Carthage - 5-11, 175 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • S Jontrell Rocquemore - Utah State - 6-1, 210 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • CB Jonte Pooler - Charleston - 6-0, 170 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • SPECIAL TEAMS

  • K Spenser Thompson-Meyers - St. Norbert - 6-1, 195 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
  • P Jamie Gillan - Arkansas Pine-Bluff - 6-2, 200 lbs. (Source)
  • LS Nick Reinhardt - Arizona State - 6-1, 241 lbs. (Source) TRYOUT
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That list has at least one error, the Browns last pick is on there

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I get the feeling they are trying to replace Devalve as we speak....oh well....and if you ever played safety you might get a tryout this year.

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Love the small school guys.  Queens?  

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Bo Brooks   Watch his highlights, from a small school but looks like a hidden gem   Just a tryout player,camp body but you never know 

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Folks at A&M tried to convince LB Tyrel Dodson not to go out early, that he needed another year under Jimbo Fisher to increase his draft stock. Foolishly declared right after the bowl game and now he's UDFA. Just dumb taking his own advice and not listening to those who had better insight than he about his chances. Some damn agent probably got to him.

EDIT: He signed with the Bills today.

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3 hours ago, htownbrown said:

I get the feeling they are trying to replace Devalve as we speak....oh well....and if you ever played safety you might get a tryout this year.

I wouldn't have been surprised if the Browns would have used a relatively high pick on a TE to pair with Njoku. I think you are right on. 

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The Official, Official announcement:

https://www.clevelandbrowns.com/news/browns-sign-15-undrafted-free-agents?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=referral

The Cleveland Browns have signed 15 undrafted free agents. Additionally, the club waived LB D’Juan Hines and DE Lenny Jones (injury settlement).

The group of undrafted free agents is made of eight offensive players, six defensive players and a specialist. The positions include three offensive linemen and a pair of wide receivers, defensive linemen, defensive backs and linebackers. The team also signed a running back, quarterback, tight end and punter. Rookie minicamp will run from Friday to Sunday.

Table inside Article
Name Pos Ht Wt College Hometown
Dorian Baker WR 6-3 213 Kentucky Cleveland Heights, Ohio
David Blough QB 6-0 200 Purdue Carrollton, Texas
Stephen Carlson TE 6-4 240 Princeton Jamestown, N.Y.
Brian Fineanganofo T 6-6 304 Idaho State Los Angeles, Calif.
Jamie Gillan P 6-1 207 Arkansas Pine-Bluff Leonardtown, Md.
Darrin Hall RB 6-0 217 Pittsburgh Youngstown, Ohio
J.T. Hassell S 5-11 200 Florida Tech Titusville, Fla.
DJ Montgomery WR 6-1 201 Austin Peay Durant, Miss.
Jarrell Owens DE 6-3 262 Oklahoma State Palestine, Texas
Jermaine Ponder CB 6-1 195 Saint Francis (Pa.) Rochester, N.Y.
Wyatt Ray DE 6-3 257 Boston College Boca Raton, Fla.
Anthony Stubbs LB 6-0 220 Prairie View A&M Millville, N.J.
Trevon Tate C 6-3 306 Memphis Houston, Texas
Willie Wright C 6-3 300 Tulsa Houston, Texas
Dedrick Young II LB 6-0 233 Nebraska Peoria, Ariz.

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Walk ons won a 5-0 shutout win to Philly in a preseason game last season. Might have been the best defensive vanilla game the browns have ever played? All 45 guys playing defense, all showed up regardless of 1st or 3rd teamers..Just started watching some gametape on the defensive side of ball of Browns walk ons..Willie Harvey & Anthony Stubbs are compact size LB'ers, with special teams rage, but can run with Lamar to outside edge of defense. Jarrell Owens & Wyatt Ray are good size edge rushers also. Dorse quoted roster needed to get longer in size. We shall see, i count 3 walkon DB's all at 6'2" with 4.5 speed..OTA's start in 4 days. It's all about the Defense imo..

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"The Vikes are looking to catch similar lightning in a bottle with this pick.  Hoping they can go the Steelers route, asking him to lose 10lbs maybe adding to the burst.

At 209 the Vikings select - LJ Scott, RB, Michigan State "

 

Welp, turns out the Brownies might be going that route.  Signed as an UDFA.  Duke Johnson watch continues.

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On 4/28/2019 at 6:31 PM, Dutch Oven said:

I wouldn't have been surprised if the Browns would have used a relatively high pick on a TE to pair with Njoku. I think you are right on. 

Don’t forget Harris who has been gradually improving over the last few seasons..

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On 5/13/2019 at 2:09 PM, tiamat63 said:

 LJ Scott, RB, Michigan State "

Welp, turns out the Brownies might be going that route.  Signed as an UDFA.  

1) Several reports are out that RB LJ Scott may take a pass on playing football all together. Has left Browns Camp or never arrived. 2) Jamie Collins signs back with the Patriots. 3.) Jets LB Darron Lee has been traded by Adam Gase HC/GM to KC for a 2020 6th round pick..Edit--After all the mess Gregg Williams has seen in 2 teams, in 2 seasons, GW should be granted to squarely boot his choice of suits, square in the ballsack 🥋..  

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20 minutes ago, gumby73 said:

1) Several reports are out that RB LJ Scott may take a pass on playing football all together. Has left Browns Camp or never arrived. 2) Jamie Collins signs back with the Patriots. 3.) Jets LB Darron Lee has been traded by Adam Gase HC/GM to KC for a 2020 6th round pick..Edit--After all the mess Gregg Williams has seen in 2 teams, in 2 seasons, GW should be granted to squarely boot his choice of suits, square in the ballsack 🥋..  

I was starting to think the Jets might be good this year, but Gase grabbing control sounds like a shit show, they'll be throwing out talent accumulated in last few years, blowing up and starting over again. After paying a billion dollars for a running back.

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