The Browns Have Reportedly Signed A Notable Tight End

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The Cleveland Browns have no shortage of talent to be gained in 2022, either the wide or the tight end.

But that's not going to stop him from bringing another remarkable pass catcher into the fold.

According to ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler, the Browns have agreed terms with free agent tight end Jesse James on a one-year deal.

David is expected to serve as the third tight end behind Joku and Harrison Bryant.

.James brings with him significant experience as a pass catcher in Cleveland.

He has 157 receptions for 1,522 yards and 12 touchdowns in his first seven seasons.

James rose to prominence during his first four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers between 2015 and 2018.

But the past three seasons have seen more use with the Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears as blockers.

In his first four NFL seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jesse James played 56 games, starting with 34.

He had 120 receptions for 1,189 yards and nine touchdowns, steadily improving year after year.

But his most notable moment in Pittsburgh came in Week 15 against the New England Patriots.

James caught a potentially game-winning touchdown pass, only for officials to controversially reverse it.

That loss eventually gave the Steelers the top seed in the AFC and they were eventually eliminated in the divisional round of the playoffs by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The fans of Steelers still remember that thing.

And he'll feel even worse whenever he holds a reception for their hated Cleveland rivals against them.