Browns cut safety Jamoris Slaughter

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The Cleveland Browns have released 2013 sixth-round safety Jamoris Slaughter.

The Browns have signed offensive lineman Alex Parsons and kicker-punter Jake Rogers

The Browns tried out several players today, including veteran outside linebacker-defensive end Edgar Jones.

Slaughter played in 39 games at Notre Dame.

He had 98 career tackles with two interceptions, two sacks and one fumble recovery.

As a senior, he tore his Achilles.

As a junior, Slaughter had 45 tackles, one interception.

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