The Browns have made moves as players return to Berea for the offseason program, signing one player and releasing another…

As players arrived in Berea, the Browns’ free agency activity persisted. DE Sam Kamara, an exclusive rights free agent, penned his contract to stay with Cleveland for his third season. Kamara, who tallied seven tackles, including one for a loss, in two games last season, will continue his tenure with the club.
Standing at 6 feet tall and weighing 270 pounds, Kamara has appeared in 11 games throughout his three-year career, with eight of those games played during his rookie season with the Chicago Bears.

Additionally, the Browns parted ways with OL Drew Forbes, citing a failed physical. Forbes, selected in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL draft, was once labeled “Prospect X” by Sports Illustrated for his potential as a small school player.
Meetings, rehab and strength and conditioning
On-field workouts with individual and group drills at a walkthrough pace with no live contact or offense vs defense drills
10 days of organized practices (officially OTAs) with no contact but offense versus defense drills are permitted
The team’s social media celebrated the return of players to Berea:

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