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Browns re-sign former UK offensive lineman Darrian Miller

Cleveland Browns offensive tackle Darrian Miller (64) played against the Buffalo Bills during the preseason on Aug. 20, 2015.
Cleveland Browns offensive tackle Darrian Miller (64) played against the Buffalo Bills during the preseason on Aug. 20, 2015. Associated Press

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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