Players still assigned to the Cleveland Browns via Injured Reserve
Stephen Carlson, 24, is an underrated tight end who suffered a knee injury in the preseason. This observer thought he was as good as Harrison Bryant, though we will see if Bryant can further elevate his game.
Connor Davis, 26, is a tight end from Stony Brook who was shockingly good this summer, but injured his shoulder and wound up on the injured reserve. The Browns might give him another shot next season, or perhaps they could reach some sort of injury settlement if he is able to rehab that shoulder successfully.
Drew Forbes, 24, is a guard from Southeast Missouri State who has had trouble staying healthy since being drafted in the fifth round in 2019. Let’s not give up on him, however.
Tre Harbison, 23, is a running back and graduate student from Charlotte.
Montreal Meander, 26, linebacker is out for the season with an Achilles tendon injury.
Cody Parkey, 29, did a great job for the Browns as their placekicker last season, with zero misses in the playoffs. Unfortunately, he was injured in the preseason and they weren’t able to keep him on the roster. Parkey was also part of the 2016 team.
Jacob Phillips, 22, is a linebacker who did a nice job for the Browns in his rookie year after being drafted in the third round out of Louisiana State University. He’s currently on IR with a torn biceps injury.
Greg Senat, 26 is in his fourth year out of Wagner. He appeared in 10 games with the Dallas Cowboys last season.
Ryan Switzer, 26, has been in the NFL since 2017, playing with the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers as a possession receiver and kick and punt returner. He has a reputation as a hard-nosed, clutch player. He suffered a foot injury and may or may not be offered an injury settlement to come back with another team this season, or may try again with the Browns next year.