BEREA, Ohio (WKBN) — The Cleveland Browns have re-signed versatile offensive lineman Michael Dunn to a free agent contract.
The team has also signed the following exclusive rights players: cornerback Thomas Graham Jr. and defensive tackle Ben Stille.
Dunn’s agent, David Canter, confirmed the signing on Monday morning on social media.
The 28-year-old has spent parts of three seasons with the Browns.
He played in eight games for Cleveland during the 2022 season. In total, he has played in 28 career games in the NFL with the Browns.
Dunn, who can play both guard and center, originally signed with the Rams as an undrafted free agent back in 2017. He also spent time with the Jaguars and Dolphins in the NFL.
Graham played in seven games with the Browns last season after he was claimed off the practice squad of the Chicago Bears. The former sixth-round draft pick out of Oregon finished the 2022 season with six tackles.
Stille appeared in seven games as rookie. The former undrafted free agent played on one game with the Dolphins before he was signed to the Browns’ active roster from the Miami practice squad. The Nebraska product played in six games with Cleveland last season.
The Browns will begin offseason workouts this week in Berea.