Browns claim Jermaine Grace off waivers from Colts
The Browns claimed linebacker Jermaine Grace off waivers from the Colts, the team announced Wednesday.
Grace is entering his second NFL season out of the University of Miami. He originally signed with the Falcons as an undrafted free agent in 2017.
Grace, 24, appeared in 11 games and made three special-teams tackles last season.
They got there through individual negotiations, which is how NFL players would have to make it there. And I don’t think they will. Rosters are too big, and players outside of the top tier are too replaceable for teams to go that far, which is evidenced in the way coaches and GMs churn players in-season. But they can get closer to it with their biggest stars. In that regard, Ryan’s new deal had plenty of good news tucked away in its details.
Sporting a hard-hat and safety vest, Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys quarterback and current Fox broadcaster Troy Aikman announced Troy’s, a new restaurant/beer hall, will be part of the Globe Life Park complex in Arlington.
The Chiefs were awarded tight end Alex Ellis off waivers from the New Orleans Saints and released defensive tackle Stefan Charles as part of a series of roster moves Tuesday.
Fuller joined the ream in 2013, becoming defensive backs coach in 2017, after Steve Wilks replaced Sean McDermott as defensive coordinator.
A fourth-round pick of the Seahawks in 2001, Fuller played for Seattle, Green Bay, and Carolina. He has coached with the Raiders, Packers and Titans.
“Kerryon is a good-sized back and we classified him as a slashing-style runner that can do a lot in the running game. Really underutilized in the passing game, we thought, so we think he has great upside there, as well. I think he’s going to be a great complement to the guys we have there in the room with (LeGarrette Blount), Theo (Riddick), Ameer (Abdullah).