With training camps around the corner, NFL teams are beginning to address their 90-man rosters again, making minor signings, cuts, and other transactions as the season inches closer. Here are Wednesday’s minor moves:
- As their rookies reported to training camp today, the Browns added a player to their 90-man roster, announcing in a press release that they’ve signed offensive lineman Joe Madsen. Madsen, who played his college ball at West Virginia, has spent time with the Steelers, Packers, and the AFL’s Los Angeles KISS since going undrafted in 2013.
- The Seahawks have waived running back Demitrius Bronson off their injured reserve list, removing him from their roster entirely, according to the league’s transactions log. Bronson, who spent most of the 2014 campaign on Seattle’s practice squad, signed a futures contract when the season ended, but was removed from the 90-man roster in May due to a hamstring injury.