After opt outs to several offensive lineman, the Cleveland Browns have signed former Seattle Dragons guard Michael Dunn to a contract.
Dunn, 6-foot-5 and 315 pounds, originally signed with the Rams in 2017 as an undrafted free agent. The Maryland grad spent time on the Rams and Jaguars practice squad and played for the Birmingham Iron in the AAF in 2019 and Seattle Dragons this past season.
The Browns guard depth was hit hard by opt-outs, losing Drew Forbes, Colby Gossett and Malcolm Pridgeon among the team’s five opt-outs. The Browns released TE Nate Wieting to make room for Dunn on the roster.
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