Plenty of Browns fans have been waiting patiently (or impatiently) for news regarding their favorite team’s foray into the delayed-start offseason.
The Browns finally have.
While there are no Nnamdi-style surprises, the Browns have announced a slew of signings — draft picks, undrafted free agents, and veteran free agents.
For starters, the Browns have signed seven of their eight drafted rookies. Under contract are defensive end Jabaal Sheard, wide receiver Greg Little, tight end Jordan Cameron, fullback Owen Marecic, defensive back Buster Skrine, offensive lineman Jason Pinkston, and defensive back Eric Hagg. The only draft pick unsigned is first-round selection Phil Taylor, a defensive tackle.
Next up, a slew of undrafted free agents: linebacker Derrick Addai, offensive lineman Dominic Alford, defensive lineman Kyle Anderson, receiver L.J. Castile, defensive back James Dockery, defensive lineman Jabari Fletcher, offensive lineman Calton Ford, tight end Evan Frosch, defensive back Carl Gettis, defensive back Darian Hagan, linebacker Benjamin Jacobs, receiver Chris Matthews, receiver Juan Nunez, offensive lineman Jarrod Shaw, running back Armond Smith, linebacker Brian Smith, linebacker Sidney Tarver, quarterback Troy Weatherhead, kicker Jeff Wolfert, and linebacker Alex Wujcak.
Finally, the Browns announced deals with multiple veteran free agents: running back Brandon Jackson, defensive back Usama Young, and offensive lineman Billy Yates. Also, kicker Phil Dawson signed his franchise tender, tight end Evan Moore signed his restricted free agent tender, and linebacker Marcus Benard and defensive lineman Brian Schaefering signed their exclusive rights tenders.