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Everyone in the Browns media is reporting it so we’ll go with Nate Ulrich who had the most descriptive tweets. Ulrich reports the following players are on the Browns’ practice squad.
Linebackers Solomon Elimimian and Ben Jacobs
DT Ronnie Cameron
C Garth Gerhard
G Jarrod Shaw
T Jeff Shugarts
WR Josh Cooper
FB Brad Smelley
That’s eight, so that’s it. No Adonis Thomas and I haven’t seen his name pop up yet for anyone else either.
In addition, the Browns have been awarded Lineback Tank Carder from Buffalo and Defensive Tackle Ishmaa’ily Kitchen from Baltimore.
Carder is a former member of TCU. Kitchen is a 334 pound monster from Kent State.
I believe this means the Browns will have two more cuts forthcoming as the waiver pickups aren’t eligible for the practice squad. I think they have to make the 53-man roster. So, we’ll keep you updated as details come out.
[Related: The Browns 53 man roster (as it stood before the waiver pickups.)]
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More details to come as they are available.
From the Browns-
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