It makes sense that Browns coach Rob Chudzinksi, a former tight end, is stocking up at the position in Cleveland.
Free-agent Kellen Davis will sign a one-year, $2 million contract with the Browns, a source with knowledge of the deal told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport on Friday.
It's far from a high-octane addition.
Davis was released by the Chicago Bears this month after a frustrating, 19-catch campaign marred by too many ugly drops. He figures to fulfill more of a blocking tight end role alongside the recently signed Gary Barnidge.
After Ben Watson signed with the New Orleans Saints, the Browns' only pass-catcher at the position with any promise is third-year pro Jordan Cameron. Chudzinksi's offense relies on dynamic tight end play, so who's going to catch the ball in Cleveland?
The current group doesn't offer much hope.
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