Free-agent tight end Kellen Davis signed a one-year contract with the Cleveland Browns on Friday, according to multiple reports.
Davis was cut by the Chicago Bears after the 2012 season. Earlier this month, the Bears signed free-agent tight end Martellus Bennett as a replacement.
Davis, a 2008 fifth-round draft pick, spent his entire five-year career with the Bears. He finished the 2012 season with 19 catches.
The Browns have added two tight ends during free agency after losing Ben Watson to the New Orleans Saints. Earlier, the Browns signed Gary Barnidge. They also have third-year pro Jordan Cameron on the roster.
Davis attracted interest from Pittsburgh and the New York Jets before joining the Browns, according to reports.