• Cleveland Browns rookie Jamoris Slaughter cleared to practice, aims to start at free safety

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jun 18, 2013
    After coming back from a torn Achilles in college, Browns sixth-rounder Jamoris Slaughter isn’t just content to make the roster. Browns sixth-round pick Jamoris Slaughter competed in the Tour de Berea during organized team activities and minicamp along with the rest of the rehabbing players, but he's ready to cast off the bike and give Tashaun Gipson a battle for the free safety job. "I'm cleared at this point to do everything, so I've been feeling really good,'' said Slaughter, who ruptured his Achilles tendon in his third game for the Fighting Irish last season. But he thinks he can compete with Tashaun Gipson for the starting free safety job. “Definitely,” he said. On that side, it’s helped me out a lot, mentally just learning the playbook and watching the guys and seeing the things they do good and bad and learn from that.
    Source: cleveland.com
    • Browns rookie looking to start after Achilles tear

      After coming back from a torn Achilles in college, Browns sixth-rounder Jamoris Slaughter isn’t just content to make the roster. He’s thinking about a starting job. Slaughter didn’t participate in OTAs or minicamp, but said he’ll be ready when training …

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