Veteran defensive tackle Jay Bromley landed a job this weekend.
Bromley took part in the Saints’ rookie minicamp on a tryout basis and multiple reports on Monday have him signing a contract with the team.
Bromley was a third-round pick by the Giants in 2014 and spent the last four years with the team. He played in all 16 games last season and finished the year with 21 tackles and a sack. He played in 47 of 48 games over the last three seasons, but only made four starts during his time in Jersey.
Frazier proved it on Saturday night.
I felt really comfortable, he said. “Obviously, I haven’t played in a few days, so I had to make sure I was really locked in. But that wasn’t a problem. I was just happy to be out there. It was a really good experience.”
Hall, 34, currently is a free agent. He played only eight games the past two seasons and 22 the past four as he battled injuries.
He played 171 games in 15 seasons with Washington, Oakland and Atlanta.
It feels weird to say this about a team that has won just a single game over the course of the last two seasons, but this is an exciting time to be a Cleveland Browns fan.
Why? Because one of the most radical and highly publicized rebuilds in NFL history is basically complete. They’ve got their supposed franchise quarterback (Baker Mayfield), their new potential long-term left tackle (Austin Corbett), their new shutdown corner (Denzel Ward) and their new elite pass-rusher (Myles Garrett). They’ve shored up the offensive line (Kevin Zeitler, JC Tretter, Joel Bitonio, Shon Coleman, Chris Hubbard), and they’ve added reliable veterans on both sides of the ball (Jarvis Landry, Jamie Collins).
The core is in place now. All it took was 25 picks in the first three rounds of the last five drafts. The Browns are no longer flush with future draft capital, and they won’t have as much cap space in future offseasons. The experiment is over, and now we get our first look at the results.