Cleveland Browns players who are still unsigned free agents at press time
This list changes by the hour, so no doubt it will be slightly out of date by the time you read it.
Brian Allen, 27, is a cornerback with experience with the Steelers, Seahawks, Bills, 49ers, Bengals, and Browns.
Willie Harvey, 25 is a linebacker and former Iowa State Cyclone. Every time he gets playing time in an exhibition game he performs and he had two regular-season games in 2019. On paper, he’s not as big or fast as other available players, but they don’t play football on paper, do they? He deserves a shot in the NFL.
Alexander Hollins, 24, has spent some time at wide receiver with the Vikings as well as the Browns.
Cameron Malveaux, 26, has played defensive end for the Miami Dolphins, Arizona Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs, Washington, and San Francisco 49ers,
Kyle Markway is a tight end who has had two gigs with the Browns.
Javon Patterson, 24 is a center from Ole Miss.
Emmanuel Rugamba, 23, is a Zambian-born, Rwandan-American cornerback from Miami (Ohio). He is the first Rwandan to be signed to an NFL team.
Tegray Scales, 25, has had gigs with several NFL teams. He had a sack for the Browns in a preseason game.
Alex Taylor, 24, was waived with an injury designation, cleared waivers, but was released, meaning he’s now a free agent.
Corey Taylor II, 24, from the University of Tulsa, was cut early in August when it became clear he had no shot at penetrating the Browns’ deep roster at running back.
Derrick Willies, 26, showed promise as a wide receiver in 2018, but suffered injuries and never made it all the way back. He announced his retirement midway through camp.