If the Browns now regret cutting receiver Greg Little, they can do something about it.
Little, claimed by the Raiders on waivers after he was cut by the Browns in May, has been released by Oakland. He’ll be exposed to the waivers process again, with all other teams getting a chance to claim his contract.
A second-round pick in 2011, Little played in every game for three seasons with the Browns. He started 12 as a rookie, 16 in 2012, and 13 in 2013.
The Browns actually could use him, given the Josh Gordon suspension. Then again, the Browns knew the suspension was coming when they cut Little.