Browns sign Kendall Lamm

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The Browns made an addition to their offensive line on Friday.

The team announced that they have signed Kendall Lamm. He is the second new face on the line as the Browns also signed interior lineman Eric Kush this week.

Lamm entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Texans in 2015 and has spent the last four seasons in Houston. He started 11 games over his first three seasons and started the final 13 games of the 2018 season at right tackle. Lamm also started the team’s playoff loss to the Colts.

The Browns have starting tackles Greg Robinson and Chris Hubbard back from last season. They also retain Desmond Harrison, who opened the year as the starting left tackle before giving way to Robinson at midseason.

8 responses to “Browns sign Kendall Lamm

  1. Excellent! The o-line is now set at both starers and back ups. Lamm and Kush also provide upside if one of our guys fall flat.

  2. Plucked from one of the worst o-line’s ever, giving up 65 sacks. Great at run blocking, horrible at pass protection. Good luck with that.

  3. The Browns finally have a GM that realizes how important the O-line and depth at those positions are! With a bad O-line you can’t run the ball, your QB doesn’t have time to let pass plays develope and therefore you have a lot of 3 & outs and that in-turn wears the D out. Not to mention you can’t truly evaluate a QB behind a horrible O-line, a bad line will make any QB look bad and then you’re back at the QB well every few years(hence: the Browns of the last 19+yrs).

    A good O-line changes all of that, your RBs have lanes to run, your QB has time to throw and this translates to a lot less 3 & outs so your D has more time to rest, that’s why I’ve said for years it all starts with the O-line! I’m not nor have I ever been a Browns fan but it looks like they’ve finally found a good GM and are moving in the right direction now that the owner has gotten his nose out of things(drafting Manziel and keeping 1-31 Hue)!

    These meddling owners can kill a team! They need to take some advise from Buffett and as Warren says “hire the best people you can in their positions and then get the hell out of their way and let them do what you hired them to do, don’t try to micromanage them”!

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