Browns Waive Robiskie, Sign Clayton

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The Cleveland Browns announced Tuesday that the club waived wide receiver Brian Robiskie and signed running back Thomas Clayton.

Clayton spent 2007 and the first 14 weeks of the 2008 season on the 49ers practice squad before making it to the roster for the final two games.

He then spent 2009 on the injured reserve list.

In 2010, Clayton was part of the Browns’ active roster for four weeks making an appearance in two games.

He was also part of the club’s practice squad for two weeks.

Clayton also spent nine weeks with the Patriots in 2010, where he rushed 17 yards in six attempts in one game.

He spent training camp with the Seahawks in 2011 before getting waived on Sept. 3.

Clayton is a native of Alexandria, Va., where he attended Mt. Vernon High School.

He will wear No. 33.

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