6 Offensive linemen the Cleveland Browns can still sign
4. Jermey Parnell, Tackle
A former basketball player at Ole Miss, Jermey Parnell was signed by the New Orleans Saints as an undrafted free agent back in 2009. At the time, he was expected to play defensive end — although coach Sean Payton had moved him around to both offensive tackle and tight end.
In 2010, the Dallas Cowboys signed Parnell and moved him to tackle full-time. He spent the next few seasons honing his craft and was called into action for five games in 2014 as a replacement to right tackle Doug Free. Parnell did enough in those games to land a multi-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
He spent the past four seasons as their starting right tackle but was released following the 2018 season. Soon to be 33-years of age, Parnell wouldn’t be a long-term solution but he has the capability of starting on the right side and could push Chris Hubbard.
3. Ryan Schraeder, Tackle
Another player capable of starting as a right tackle for the next couple of seasons if needed is Ryan Schraeder, a 31-year old with 73 career starts. Undrafted in 2013, Schraeder has spent his entire career with the Atlanta Falcons and it wasn’t too long ago that he was considered one of the best at his position.
Like Parnell, Schraeder wouldn’t be a long-term option but given the lack of depth and the struggles Hubbard had in 2018, he could be worth bringing in to see what he has left in the tank.