The Browns are bringing back another of their linebackers who had been an unrestricted free agent.
The Browns officially re-signed linebacker Jordan Kunaszyk Monday to a one-year deal. The deal, originally reported on Sunday, is reportedly worth $1.232 million, with $500,000 fully guaranteed. The base salary will be $1.08 million.
Kunaszyk went from training camp pickup to practice-squad player to special-teamer to regular in the linebacker rotation over the course of last season due to a variety of injuries. The irony was that he was become the fifth Browns linebacker to end the season on injured reserve when a hand injury landed him there prior to the Week 17 game at Washington.