Yet another former Eagle has landed in Cleveland.
On Tuesday, the Browns announced they were awarded rookie running back Miguel Maysonet on waivers from Philadelphia.
In something of a surprise move, the Eagles let go of Maysonet after giving him a healthy signing bonus for an undrafted free agent. In Cleveland, he will compete with Montario Hardesty, Chris Ogbonnaya, Brandon Jackson and Dion Lewis — another ex-Eagle — for backup spots in the Browns’ backfield.
With Maysonet arriving, the Browns waived fellow rookie tailback Jamaine Cook.
Trent Richarson is the Browns’ featured back, and Hardesty, Ogbonnaya and Jackson were his backups a season. The question is, who sticks on the depth chart behind Richardson this year? The competition got a little more crowded on Tuesday.