Browns To Sign Former Broncos Offensive Tackle Donald Stephenson To One-Year Deal

The Cleveland Browns have signed offensive tackle Donald Stephenson, according to a Mike Garafalo report on Tuesday.

Stephenson has played six NFL seasons for the Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs. Over that span, he’s played in 80 games and has started 37 of those contests. The Oklahoma product is twenty-nine years old and has primarily played right tackle.

One must wonder what this signing means for the future of Cleveland’s offensive line, which is still wondering the future of Joe Thomas’ playing career. The Browns are still linked to free agent left tackle Nate Solder just in case Thomas calls it a career.

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