Roster Moves: Browns Add TE, WR & Moore. Cut CB, OL & LB


The Cleveland Browns made a number of roster moves today to continue the process of upgrading their roster the best they see fit. They made 2 moves to the main 53 man roster and 1 move on the practice squad.

The Browns added Marlon Moore, suspended for 1 game, back to the 53 man roster and signed tight end Gerell Robinson off the Denver Broncos practice squad. To make room for those two the Browns cut corner Aaron Berry and recently claimed offensive lineman Ryan Seymour according to their official account:

Moore adds another small, fast receiver to the New Smurfs while Robinson is a insurance policy against an injury to starting tight end Jordan Cameron. Robinson was a wide receiver at Arizona State but converted to tight end with the Broncos. He was on the Arizona Cardinals practice squad in ’12 and with the Broncos since. As a converted wide receiver he has good hands, that are quite large, and a solid body to shield defenders. Learning from Peyton Manning in Denver can’t hurt either. Here is Draft Breakdown’s video of Robinson in college against rival Arizona:

A lot of good seen there. The Browns also added a huge receiver to their practice squad and released Justin Staples:

Ifeanyi Momah is an interesting prospect. Signed out of Boston College to a 3 year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles, Momah stands 6’7″. He is the ultimate measurables guy as he ran a 4.4 40 yard dash as well. Obviously the Browns have a need for some size in the receiving corp but Momah hasn’t shown that he can put it together on the field. Here is some highlights of Momah from college against Northwestern:

Someone worth keeping an eye for the Browns in the future.

What do you think of our new pass catching threats?