The Cleveland Browns continue to stay busy this offseason, signing free agent offensive lineman Bryan Witzmann on Friday.
Witzmann, 28, started seven games at right guard for the Chicago Bears last season, his fourth in the league.
A South Dakota State product, Witzmann entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Houston Texans in 2014, and he spent the 2016-17 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, making 13 starts during his tenure there.
He provides some offensive line depth to the Browns, who traded guard Kevin Zeitler to the New York Giants.
The Browns also have signed free agents Kendall Lamm, a right tackle, and Eric Kush, who plays guard/center, in their bid to shore up the line.
General manager John Dorsey previously signed both Witzmann and Kush when he was with the Chiefs.
--Field Level Media