Reserve offensive lineman Kendall Lamm is on the transfer from Cleveland. The backup deal with has agreed to a free agent deal with the Tennessee Titans.
The agreement was first reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Lamm will come up to $8.5 million over two years to be half of the Titans.
Lamm played in 15 games for the Browns in 2020, starting one. He was the team’s fourth offensive deal with nevertheless injuries pressed the 28-one year-faded into action. Lamm also played four games as a reserve in 2019, his first season in Cleveland. Prior to his Browns tenure, Lamm was a ingredient-time starter over four seasons with the Houston Texans.
Lamm, repeatedly a considerate and likeable man, posted a goodbye to Cleveland on his Instagram internet page, captured via r/Browns: