Browns claim Josh Keyes off waivers, cut Deon King

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The Browns claimed linebacker Josh Keyes off waivers from the Chargers. The team waived linebacker Deon King in a corresponding move.

Keyes originally signed as an undrafted free agent with the Buccaneers in 2015. He played seven games for the Bucs as a rookie, and last season, Keyes saw action in four games for the Bucs and appeared in one with the Falcons.

Keyes played in two games for the Chargers this season.

He has five tackles and five special teams tackles in his career.

King appeared in four games for the Browns this season after spending the first four weeks on the club’s practice squad. 

2 responses to “Browns claim Josh Keyes off waivers, cut Deon King

  1. King might go to a practice squad where he will actually learn something about his craft. A win all the way around for him.

  2. This is more ‘big Charger news!’ They’re not playing at ‘home’ because they have no ‘home’ even though they’re listed as playing away from ‘home.’ When they return ‘home’ they’ll actually be playing another away game……because they have no ‘home.’ Actually, they’ll play no ‘home’ games for the next three years as Kroenke stadium will have further delays getting built. This will clearly delay the Chargers from building a new fan base at ‘home’ in Carson which is not actually their ‘home.’Then, it will be decades after they play in their new ‘home’ which will not be their ‘home’ as it is the Rams home, not the Chargers ‘home.’ Spanos/Fabriani put this amazing business plan together. No one can figure it out. Not even Goodell and the NFL owners who approved the plan. What will Spanos and the NFL do next? I know! Joe Lockhart will receive the Josef Goebbels (Hitler’s propaganda minister) award for lying by stating their has been NO NFL discussions regarding the Chargers relocation disaster. That’s right! If you ignore the problem, or lie about it, it will go away. Good thinking.

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