Teams traditionally sign players that they recently cut to make up their practice squad. Not the Cleveland Browns.
The team announced it signed seven players to the practice squad, and only two were with Cleveland this offseason. Safety Jamoris Slaughter, a rookie sixth-round draft pick, and wide receiver Tori Gurley, who signed with the Browns in May, both returned.
Here are the newcomers to the practice squad: wide receiver Jasper Collins (Miami), cornerbacks Kip Edwards (Buffalo), Terrence Frederick (New York Giants) and Julian Posey (Miami) and free safety Darius Eubanks (Minnesota).