The Cleveland Browns have signed former New England Patriots tight end Kyle Auffray.
The Browns also signed linebacker Keith Pough, wide receiver Tim Smith and tight end Martell Webb.
Pough is a former Howard player who was previously with the Buffalo Bills.
Smith is in his first seeason out of Virginia.
Webb is a former Michigan player who has played for the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans and Detroit Lions.
Auffray is a former New Hampshire tight end was with the Arizona Cardinals last year before being released prior to training camp.
The Browns cut defensive back Darwin Cook.
The 6-foot-5, 254-pounder began his collegiate career at Mississippi State as a quarterback, but did not see any game action. He transferred to New Hampshire where he played in 16 games over two seasons.
Auffray played in 13 games with seven starts as a senior in 2010 and caught four passes for 34 yards. He also handled punting duties for New Hampshire as a senior.
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