Cleveland Agree To Terms With Veteran Tight End

A few days ago, it was reported that the Browns were working out Steelers veteran Jesse James to fill depth in their tight end spot, and after a few more not very notable tryouts, the team has officially come to terms with James to be the third tight end on their roster. Young stud David Njoku and Harrison Bryant are both on the roster, and both very talented, but with no experienced tight end behind the two of them, James is the perfect addition.

The veteran has never shown star level production at the NFL level, but has been consistent over his 8-year career, putting up 157 catches for 1,500 yards and 12 Touchdown's, and will provide a great veteran presence in a Browns locker room that could be struggling right now given the suspension of their star QB.

This isn't a move that will take a team over the edge to Super Bowl contender status, but it's a very solid move that's going to help a team get better, both by having a productive veteran and by helping the younger talent on the roster, so it's a great move all around for Cleveland.

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