Browns defensive lineman Ishmaa'ily Kitchen signed his tender agreement Thursday to officially extend his tenure with the team through 2015.
Kitchen, who played nose guard in the Browns' 3-4 defense this past season, has appeared in 40 games over the past three seasons. He started the first three games of his career in 2014, played in 13 and recorded a career-high 43 tackles.
Kitchen has been active at OTAs and has logged significant repetitions at nose guard, where he's expected to split playing time with Phil Taylor and first-round draft pick Danny Shelton, among others.
Linebacker Craig Robertson and defensive back Johnson Bademosi signed their respective tender agreements last month.