While the Browns made some moves to their active roster, the team also got busy putting together their practice squad.
The team has already filled eight of the 10 slots for the practice squad and also have an exemption for another player.
- DL Daniel Ekuale
- DL Zaycoven Henderson
- RB Dontrell Hilliard
- DB Montreal Meander
- OL Christian DiLauro
- WR Da’Mari Scott
- DB Jeremiah McKinnon
- LB Brady Sheldon
- OL Kyle Kalis
- TE Pharoah McKever
The exemption slot goes to DB Tigie Sankoh who is a member of the NFL’s International Player Development program. Sankoh is from London, England where he attended the American Football Academy at Filton College. He also played in the British American Football League as a member of the London Warriors.
Eight of the players (Ekuale, Henderson, Hilliard, Meander, DiLauro, McKinnon, Sheldon and Scott) on the practice squad were with the Browns during training camp and the preseason.
The two newest additions to the Browns facility are Kyle Kalis and Pharoah McKever.
Kalis, a Lakewood native attended St. Edward High school where he was a five-star recruit who originally committed to Ohio State before flipping to Michigan where he started 42 games along the offensive line and was All-Big Ten twice. Kalis went undrafted last year and spent time with Washington and Indianapolis appearing in 4 games (2 starts).
McKever spent time with the Pittsburgh Steelers during the offseason and made 3 catches for 17 yards during the preseason. He was undrafted out of Florida International and had 28 catches for 383 yards and four touchdowns during his college career.