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Browns bid farewell to Brandon Jackson


The Browns keep tinkering with the roster that got to 53 players less than 24 hours ago.

Gone is running back Brandon Jackson, per a league source.

Jackson appeared in two games last year for the Browns.  He previously spent four years with the Packers, starting 13 regular-season games during the team’s most recent Super Bowl season.

Jackson, a vested veteran, instantly becomes a free agent.  He lost his spot after the Browns claimed two running backs on waivers:  Bobby Rainey and Dennis Johnson.

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5 Responses to “Browns bid farewell to Brandon Jackson”
  1. rickyprosnit says: Sep 1, 2013 2:38 PM

    He was horrible in the Packer other then his ability to pick up in blitzes

  2. loyalraven says: Sep 1, 2013 2:54 PM

    Them pesky Brown stains! As a Ravens fan and a Bobby Rainey fan it kinda sucks that we lost him. Rainey is going to be a nice shifty speed back to counter Trent Richardsons power. You guys got a good player/play maker browns fana. Best of luck Bobby Rainey! Worst of luck to you Cleveland!

    LeBron James ^_^ (it’s still funny)

  3. frankgarrett says: Sep 1, 2013 3:14 PM

    Vikings will NEVER WIN A SUPERBOWL

  4. berniesboys says: Sep 1, 2013 3:39 PM

    I was keeping up just fine with the Browns braintrust for most of the preseason. now you’ve lost me. James Michael-Johnson, Brandon Jackson, Kellen Davis, Roberson, Nelson, Norwood, both kickers… short at te, receiver, rb, and special teams these moves seem a little strange.

  5. oldcracker says: Sep 2, 2013 2:36 PM

    That Lombardi sure is a genius!

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