Browns agree to sign Trysten Hill

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The Browns are adding some depth to their defensive line.

Cleveland has agreed to a one-year deal with Trysten Hill, according to multiple Thursday reports.

Hill was a Cowboys second-round pick in 2019 but did not live up to the expectations of his draft status. He suffered a season-ending knee injury in 2020 and played only six games in 2021.

Dallas waived Hill in November and he was claimed by the Cardinals. He appeared in six games for Arizona, recording six total tackles, three tackles for loss, and a sack.

In all, Hill has appeared in 31 games with five starts.

Hill is the third defensive lineman the Browns have added this week, joining Dalvin Tomlinson and Maurice Hurst.

3 responses to “Browns agree to sign Trysten Hill

  1. another big body with Exp.. I like where this is going ..with 3 new DT means 2 have to go .Bryan already hit the bricks from last yr.

  2. this is a more typical Andrew Berry signing: highly regarded prospect who never really lived up to his draft status for whatever reason, on a one year contract, with the thought of coaching him up to get a good year or two out of him.
    after signing Tomlinson, a pretty big fish (not the biggest though), Berry is hedging his bets with Hill and Hurst. One will probably stick.
    If both stick, that means another underperforming DT has to go. Bryan is already gone.

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