Browns fans may soon see the return of an offensive lineman who they are familiar with, as BerniesInsiders.com has learned that the team has worked out ex-Cleveland Browns OT Roger Chanoine.
Chanoine entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Rams and was with the Browns from 1999 to 2002. Chanoine played his way up from the practice squad in 1999 to making several starts in place of an injured Ryan Tucker in 2002. Chanoine even earned a gameball for his effort against the Tennessee Titans in September of that year.
Such success was fleeting, however, as Chanoine suffered nagging injuries and was ultimately waived by the Browns in November of last year. DE Cedric Scott joined the team to fill the empty roster spot.
Chanoine attempted to get back into the NFL earlier this year, however, as he was signed by the Houston Texans in July. The tryout with the Texans lasted just a little over a month, however, and Chanoine was cut late in August.