BEREA, Ohio — The Browns waived defensive end Joe Jackson Thursday afternoon, the team announced.
Jackson was with the team during the preseason and was waived during final roster cuts on Aug. 31. He was re-signed to the team's roster the next day.
This season, Jackson played in all three preseason games, recording seven total tackles. In the regular season, Jackson has played in 29 defensive snaps, notching the Browns' first sack of the season against Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes in Week 1 and making one other tackle this season.
Jackson was in a backup role on the defensive line behind Myles Garrett, Jadeveon Clowney and Takk McKinley. The Browns also have Ifeadi Odenigbo on the active roster at defensive end.
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