The Browns on Monday re-signed LB Jordan Kunasyzk, who served as a key special teams player and depth piece on the defense last season.
A four-year veteran, Kunaszyk played a career-high 15 games with the Browns last season and totaled a career-high 22 tackles with one pass breakup and a forced fumble. He mainly played special teams in the first 12 games of the season and took a heavier role in the linebacker rotation when injuries began to accumulate at the position. He was also placed on injured reserve, however, in Week 17 due to a hand injury.
Kunaszyk is the third unrestricted free agent the Browns have re-signed this offseason in addition to LB Sione Takitaki and C Ethan Pocic. CB A.J. Green was a restricted free agent and also re-signed with Cleveland.