CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns have added the final two members to their practice squad.
Tackle Paul Adams and running back Elijah McGuire were added to the squad on Monday.
Adams is a rookie tackle out a Missouri and was signed by the New York Giants as an undrafted free agents.
He played in every 2019 preseason game before being waived during final roster cuts.
At Missouri, he played in 41 games at right tackle from 2015-18.
As a senior, he led an offensive line that ranked ninth in the nation in fewest tackles for a loss allowed.
McGuire is officially in his third NFL season.
He played at Louisiana LaFayette and was originally drafted in the sixth round by the New York Jets in 2017.
From 2017-2018 with the Jets, he played in 24 games with five starts and had 180 carries for 591 years.
The following players are on the practice squad:
- T Paul Adams
- DT Brandin Bryant
- TE Stephen Carlson
- WR Shelton Gibson
- LB Willie Harvey
- S J.T. Hassell
- CB Robert Jackson
- RB Elijah McGuire
- WR Derrick Willies
- C Willie Wright
The Browns signed DB Tigie Sankoh to the team’s team’s international practice squad.