4. Jordan Devey, OL, Chiefs
Perhaps GM John Dorsey will re-visit an old name to provide some versatility on the interior.
Jordan Devey, 30, is in the mix to make the Chiefs, Dorsey’s old team, but it remains uncertain as to how the organization will approach building their offensive line.
Devey helps the Browns because he can play both guard spots, as well as center, which is important because the Browns currently don’t have a backup snapper.
Dorsey was GM of the Chiefs was Devey came to the organization in 2016. He’s become available with Andrew Wylie taking the lead as a swing tackle.
And get this. Kansas City’s got old friend Cameron Erving playing center.
Devery’s reserve spot is in question because the team may choose to keep a developmental prospect, such as Bryan Witzmann.
Devey won’t be an exciting pickup, but his name being floated around as possible roster cut is interesting because of his ties to Dorsey.
The Browns starting offensive line looks like this: Joel Bitonio, LT; Austin Corbett, LG; JC Tretter, C; Kevin Zeitler, RG; Chris Hubbard, RT. Spencer Drango can play everything but center and it appears Greg Robinson will make the squad at tackle.
Having some more interior help, as well as someone to back up Tretter would be Devey’s ticket to Berea should the Chiefs decided to cut him.