The Browns have added some muscle to their offensive line -- after a big loss to said line -- with the addition of tackle Oniel Cousins off of waivers from the Baltimore Ravens.
Cousins has appeared in 25 games over parts of three seasons with Baltimore, but has only started four times, including one start in sixteen games in 2010.
Cousins is 27 years old, 6’ 4" tall and checks in at a reported 320 pounds. He played at the University of Texas-El Paso, and was drafted in the third round with the 99th overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft.
Guard Eric Steinbach is lost for the season after having back surgery and being placed on Injured Reserve. While Jason Pinkston is the most likely candidate to fill Steinbach's slot, coach Pat Shurmur said that the team will explore other possibilities.
For more on Cousins, check out the complete story via Cleveland.com.