The Cleveland Browns announced on Tuesday that they have re-signed offensive lineman Darrian Miller.
Miller, who starred in high school at Bryan Station and in college at Kentucky, appeared in two games as a reserve after being elevated from the practice squad Nov. 10. He spent the first nine weeks of the season on the Browns’ practice squad. He was waived on Dec. 5 when the team needed to add a wide receiver to its active roster for this past weekend’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Fullback Malcolm Johnson (groin) was placed on injured reserve. Johnson, a sixth-round pick this year, appeared in all 12 games and recorded four receptions for 15 yards. He sustained a groin injury in Sunday’s game.
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