Report: Browns still interested in veteran defensive linemen in free agency

The Cleveland Browns have put in the work to overhaul their defensive line, landing Dalvin Tomlinson, Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, Maurice Hurst, and Trysten Hill thus far. And according to Cleveland dot com’s Terry Pluto, they may not be done just yet:

“I hear the Browns are shopping for more defensive linemen. Not high priced, but perhaps older veterans whose value has fallen as the free agent market disappears.”

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Some names that fit the bill in this regard include sturdy plug A’Shawn Robinson, aging yet still productive Calais Campbell, Akiem Hicks, Matt Ioannidis, and Poona Ford, and strong nose tackle Al Woods. If they look at the defensive end market, Dawuane Smoot, Melvin Ingram, Rasheem Green, Jihad Ward, and more are still on the market as well.

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Story originally appeared on Browns Wire