With wide receiver Davone Bess out on the non-injury list the Browns decided to fill the empty spot by signing Brian Sanford. The Browns have reached agreement on a two-year deal with defensive end Brian Sanford. Sanford spent the last three years with the Browns, playing in six games with five tackles over that span. He was traded to the Seahawks for guard John Moffitt during the summer, but returned to Cleveland after the Browns rescinded the trade because of concerns over Moffitt's physical.
Sanford was cut at the end of August and wound up in Oakland, where he played five games and started once while shuffling on and off the Raiders' active roster for most of the season.
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