BEREA, Ohio — The Cleveland Browns have released four players, according to the team.
Cornerback T.J. Carrie, tight end Demetrius Harris, guard Eric Kush and linebacker Adarius Taylor have all been released, according to the Browns.
Carrie joined the Browns in 2018, playing in all 32 games over his two years with the team, starting in 14.
Harris, Kush and Taylor all signed with the Browns as unrestricted free agents. Harris played in 15 games, starting in six. He caught 15 passes for 149 yardss and three touchdowns. Kush played in all 16 games last season, starting in seven. Taylor played in 15 games and recorded eight special teams tackles last season.
With the termination of these four contracts, the Browns have cleared $13.35 million dollars in cap space ahead of free agency.
This is the first roster move since the Browns hired their new head coach Kevin Stefanski and general manager Andrew Berry.