Free-agent cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones has been without a team since the Cincinnati Bengals declined to pick up his option in March.
Jones, however, has an opportunity to prove he still belongs in the NFL, and the 34-year-old defensive back could stay in the AFC North.
The Cleveland Browns are scheduled to host Jones for a workout Friday, NFL Network's Omar Ruiz confirmed. ESPN first reported the news.
There is a connection in Cleveland, as Jones played for Browns coach Hue Jackson in Cincinnati. But a potential signing comes with big obstacles.
Jones might be seeking a job, but he'll have a lot of competition for a roster spot.