The Browns brought back a number of players who were cut on Sunday, placing them on the team's practice squad.
All seven players were with the team in training camp, and in a number of cases were clearly among the tougher cuts that Head Coach Butch Davis had to make. Frisman Jackson, in particular, was a player most observers would have considered likely to make the team when training camp started.
NFL clubs are allowed to keep eight players on the practice squad in 2004, up from five players in previous seasons. Players assigned to the squad cannot have been on game day rosters more than 9 times in a season, and players may only be on the squad for two seasons at most.