Two more of the Browns' unrestricted free agents Thursday announced their intentions to sign with a different team.
Safety Tashaun Gipson was among the numerous players to speak at a press conference introducing the newest members of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Right tackle Mitchell Schwartz has moved on to Kansas City after four seasons with the Browns.
Gipson, an undrafted free agent who joined the Browns in 2012, started 42 games over four seasons in Cleveland. He garnered a Pro Bowl invitation in 2014 despite missing the final five games of the season with an injury. He finished his Cleveland career with 14 interceptions, two touchdowns and 156 tackles.
Schwartz played every snap at right tackle for the Browns from 2012-2015. A 2012 second-round pick, Schwartz logged 64 starts during his stint in Cleveland.
Defensive back Johnson Bademosi and linebacker Craig Robertson are the remaining Browns unrestricted free agents on the market.