The Browns are adding another linebacker to the mix. According to multiple outlets, Cleveland will sign Mychal Kendricks to a one-year deal as much as 3.5-million-dollars. Cleveland.com reports the deal is expected to be made official today. Kendricks was recently released by the Eagles.
Kendricks, the former Philadelphia Eagle, visited the Browns, Minnesota Vikings and Oakland Raiders last week.
After six years with the Eagles, the team released Kendricks in a cost-cutting move last month.
Kendricks, 27, started 13 games for Philadelphia in 2017. He had 77 tackles (55 solo), 2.0 sacks and six pass breakups in 15 games total.
The Browns' linebacking corps includes fifth-round draft pick Genard Avery, James Burgess, Jamie Collins, Christian Kirksey and Joe Schobert.
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