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The Cleveland Browns have been awarded defensive tackle Ronnie Cameron, a player who was recently cut by the Chicago Bears.
A standout at Old Dominion, the 6-foot-2-inch, 305-pound Cameron wound up going undrafted, but was highly sought after following his release as the Browns were merely one of several teams who put in a claim to obtain the athletic lineman. The Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, Detroit Lions and Houston Texans also put in waiver bids. Having lost tackle Phil Taylor to a pectoral injury earlier this summer, the Browns were already short-handed on the line. A recent injury to tackle Scott Paxson made matters that much worse.
Cameron amassed 73 tackles and 6.5 sacks during his senior season. The Browns released fullback Eddie Williams to clear a roster space for Cameron.
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