The 2016 NFL Draft is complete and the Cleveland Browns are already hard at working trying to land a few coveted undrafted free agents. NFL teams start trying to sign these UDFAs the second the draft ends, although the moves won't officially be announced for a few days.
While most UDFAs end up being little more than camp bodies, there are players that make the 53-man roster each season. The UDFAs all went undrafted for reason, but they all have the potential to make it in the NFL in some role. Sometimes, teams strike gold with an Arian Foster or Tony Romo.
We have every player the Browns have reportedly signed below. We've also included a brief write-up about the more notable additions.
Dominique Alexander, LB, Oklahoma
Andrew Baggett, K, Missouri
Brad Craddock, K, Maryland
Kenya Dennis, CB, Missouri
J.P. Holtz, TE, Pitt
Tracy Howard, CB, Miami
Nile Lawrence-Stample, DT, Florida State
Mike Matthews, C, Texas A&M
Kyle Rose, DT, West Virginia
Patrick Skov, FB, Georgia Tech
A.J. Stamps, S, Kentucky
Let's start with one of bigger names: Mike Matthews. The Red Raiders center -- the nephew of Clay Matthews and son of Bruce Matthews -- will be a backup plan at center if Cam Erving doesn't pan out.
Dominique Alexander is undersized at 6-foot-0, 232 pounds, but the former Sooner could be an asset at outside linebacker in Cleveland's 4-3 scheme, playing in space where he can avoid the bigger bodies.
Kenya Dennis was a very successful JUCO transfer, emerging as Missouri's top cornerback as a senior with 61 tackles, 48 solos and 4.5 tackles for a loss and one interception.
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