Cleveland Browns sign quarterback Pat Devlin

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Browns have signed quarterback Pat Devlin, General Manager Ray Farmer announced Thursday.

According to a release from the Browns, Devlin is 6’3″ tall and 220 pounds. He is officially in his third NFL season out of Delaware.

He was originally signed by Miami as an undrafted free agent in 2011. He’s spent time during the regular season with the Dolphins and the Vikings.

He spent part of the 2015 off-season with the Bears. After transferring from Penn State, Devlin started 26 games for the Blue Hens and completed 506 of 776 passes for 5,696 yards with 37 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.

He’s a native of Downington, Pa.

The Browns’ roster is currently at the maximum of 90 players.

Johnny Manziel has not been throwing at practice due to a sore right elbow.

Browns offensive coordinator John DeFilippo previously said he wasn’t concerned about Manziel’s injury being a long-term condition and chalks up the issue to wear and tear.