The Browns have agreed to terms today with former Falcons cornerback Chris Owens, also with TE Kellen Davis.
Owens (5-9, 180), was originally a third-round pick of the Falcons out of San Jose State in 2009.
Owens started one of his 12 games last season and broke up four passes.
Davis spent the last five seasons with Chicago.
“Kellen has played a lot in this league and has starting experience,” said Browns Head Coach Rob Chudzinski. “His size and strength give him the ability to be a good blocker. He is a big guy who can run and provides a big target. We feel like he has a chance to help us at the tight end position.”
“Chris is an experienced cornerback who has played both inside and outside. He is very athletic with good movement skills. He is a tough, hard-nosed competitor – attributes which we are looking for in all of our players.”
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