For now, Jordan Cameron is still the best tight end option on the Browns, as far as pass-catching goes.
Even as the team continues to stock up on tight ends, they are doing so with more of an emphasis on blocking, evidenced most recently by the signing of Kellen Davis from the Chicago Bears.
In 2012, Davis made 19 catches for 229 yards and two touchdowns. In other words, the Browns are still aiming for free agent tight end Fred Davis to be their new starter, though the Redskins are interested in keeping him.
The Browns also signed cornerback Chris Owens on Friday. Owens has spent the last four years with the Falcons after being selected by them in the third round of the 2009 draft. He is a nickel corner, but in the Browns’ mess of a secondary, he could find himself starting at some point if they can’t find anyone else.