The last time Tanner Vallejo hit the waiver wire, he generated some interest. The linebacker will again have a chance to see how teams view him.
The Browns cut Vallejo on Monday, sending the third-year player back to the waiver wire. Vallejo played in 13 games with the Browns last season, making one start.
Three teams, including the Dolphins, submitted claims for the Boise State product when the Bills cut him prior to last season; the Browns’ top priority landed sent Vallejo to Cleveland. A sixth-round Bills pick in 2017, Vallejo made 27 tackles and forced a fumble in his lone season with the Browns.
He finished the season on IR due to a hamstring injury. Two years remain on Vallejo’s rookie contract.