The strength of the Cleveland Browns many say is their offensive line. The team took another step to make it even stronger by re-signing Seth McKinney to a 1-year deal. He was originally drafted in the 3rd round out of Texas A&M by the Dolphins.
McKinney was originally signed by the Browns before the 2007 season after spending 2002-2006 in Miami. He missed all of the 2006 season with a neck injury after playing in all 16 games each of his first three years with the Dolphins
He was the Browns starting right guard for the first 8 games of the season before a shoulder injury sidelined him for the remainder of the season. He was replaced in the line-up by Ryan Tucker.
“With versatility as a guard and center, this signing should solidify the interior part of our offensive line,” Browns general manager Phil Savage said in a statement Friday. “At this point, we feel we have seven starters competing for five positions.”
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