Browns Waive Backup QB, Sign K Lucas Havrisik

The Browns open up OTAs officially on Wednesday.
Dec 3, 2023; Inglewood, California, USA; Los Angeles Rams place kicker Lucas Havrisik (8) reacts
Dec 3, 2023; Inglewood, California, USA; Los Angeles Rams place kicker Lucas Havrisik (8) reacts / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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OTA's get rolling for the Browns on Wednesday and the team is making some tweaks to the roster.

On Monday Cleveland announced it was signing kicker Lucas Havrisik to the 90-man roster, while waiving undrafted free agent QB Jacob Sirmon in the process.

The Arizona product is in his second season in the NFL and Havrisik (6-2, 188) enters his second NFL season and was originally part of the Colts practice squad in 2022. Last season, Havrisik actually spent time with the Browns as a practice squad member but was plucked away by the Rams who signed him to their active roster in late October. Havrisik made his first career field goal in a Week 8 and went on to knock in 15 of 20 field goal attempts and 19 of his 22 PAT attempts.

Earlier in the offseason Cleveland signed Havrisik to a reserve/futures contract. He was waived just last week but rejoins the roster just six days later.

As for Sirmon, he was a tryout player for the Browns during rookie minicamp and wound up being signed after the three-day session. Even without Sirmon the Browns still have four QBs on the 90-man roster including Deshaun Watson, Jameis Winston, Dorian Thompson-Robinson and Tyler Huntley.

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