Wyatt Miller (67) and tackle Brady Christiansen (70) stretch

The Cleveland Browns announced Wednesday that they have signed veteran free agent offensive tackle Wyatt Miller after cutting rookie free agent wide receiver Travell Harris.

The Browns had signed Harris after the 2022 Draft as an undrafted free agent. The Washington State product had a good season for the Cougars last year, catching 76 passes for 814 yards and 9 touchdowns.

In four seasons with the Cougars, Harris had 179 receptions for 1,999 yards and 17 touchdowns. He ranks ninth in team history in catches.

Harris more than likely will be picked up and signed by another team before the season starts. As good as he could be, the Browns really aren’t short at wide receiver at the moment and have the luxury of letting him go. They already had Amari Cooper via trade, as well as Donovan Peoples-Jones and rookies David Bell and Michael Woods II.

Miller, who is out of Central Florida, has been in the league since 2019 but the Browns will be his eighth NFL team.

Clearly, Cleveland feels as if they needed more help on the offensive line than they do at wide receiver. The team has a lot of issues they are dealing with including trying to figure out who will replace Deshaun Watson while he is suspended, and it’s clear they may be concerned about their offensive line.

[Cleveland Browns]

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