David Patten among Browns cuts

The Cleveland Browns have announced their roster moves aimed at getting the team to 53 players.

The biggest name on the list is receiver David Patten, a veteran of the trio of New England Super Bowl wins earlier this decade.

Also gone are fullback Charles Ali, defensive back Brandon Anderson, quarterback Richard Bartel, defensive back, Tra Battle, linebacker Beau Bell, offensive lineman Branndon Braxton, linebacker Titus Brown, offensive lineman Dustin Fry, defensive lineman Adam Hoppel, receiver Paul Hubbard, running back Chris Jennings, receiver Lance Leggett, offensive lineman Pat Murray, receiver Jordan Norwood, offensive lineman Kurt Quarterman, defensive lineman Brian Schaefering, offensive lineman Isaac Sowells, defensive lineman Santonio Thomas, defensive back Hamza Abdullah, running back Noah Herron, defensive back Corey Ivy, and tight end Aaron Walker.

Finally, the Browns announced that an injury settlement has been reached with defensive lineman Melila Purcell, who already had been on the team’s injured reserve list.

4 responses to “David Patten among Browns cuts

  1. About time they got rid of Purcell and Sowells. Those two have been getting paid for nothing for years.

  2. Actually, they cut down to 52 players, indicating further moves are afoot.
    Surprised you didn’t catch that, Mike.

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