Browns waive Lenny Jones with injury settlement

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As rosters continue to churn following the NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns released defensive end Lenny Jones on Thursday with an injury settlement.

Jones was waived by Cleveland at the end of training camp last season due to an undisclosed injury. He reverted to the Browns’ injured reserve list after going unclaimed through waivers.

Jones initially signed with the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Nevada in 2016. He was released by the 49ers in training camp and was claimed off waivers by the Oakland Raiders the next day. The Raiders then waived Jones at the end of camp.

He would spent time on the practice squads of the Los Angeles Rams and Dallas Cowboys during his first two years out of college but never made it to an active roster. He signed with Cleveland last May before injuries led to him spending the year on IR.

2 responses to “Browns waive Lenny Jones with injury settlement

  1. OBJ is already skipping workouts. Garret announced his plans to freelance. Mayfield is not a good person. They will not meet expectations.

  2. @vikesfansteve

    OBJ has not attended VOLUNTARY workouts. Garrett never said he was going to “freelance”, he said Gregg Williams only let him use two of his moves and he hoped the new defensive coordinator would let him use more. Mayfield has been nothing but a good person since being drafted by the Browns. Unless your in the minority who thinks him trolling the coach who never wanted him playing (Hugh Jackson) makes him a bad person. There are a lot of expectations and maybe they won’t meet them. If they don’t it won’t be because of your contrived reasons.

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