Browns Sign Former Ohio State Guard Wyatt Davis to Bolster Depth at Guard Position

Cleveland Browns sign former Ohio State All-American

The Cleveland Browns have recently signed former Ohio State guard, Wyatt Davis, after the release of defensive tackle Jayden Peevy. During his time at Ohio State from 2017-2020, Davis was a standout player on the offensive line and earned the title of unanimous All-American selection after the 2020 season.

Despite being drafted in the third round of the 2021 NFL draft by the Minnesota Vikings, Davis struggled to make an impact and was eventually cut after appearing in only six games during his rookie season. However, in 2023, he had brief stints with three different teams: the New Orleans Saints, Arizona Cardinals and New York Giants but did not see any game time.

The Browns already have strong depth at the guard position with recent additions and will have Davis compete for the third-string job. With missing a year and facing tough competition, Davis will need to work hard to secure a spot on the roster. Despite this challenge, we believe that Wyatt has great potential to succeed in his career as a professional football player.

With the addition of Davis, the Browns now have six former Buckeyes on their team, including cornerback Denzel Ward, center Luke Wypler, offensive tackle Dawand Jones, safety Ronnie Hickman, and defensive lineman Mike Hall Jr. For more Ohio State news and updates please follow us on Twitter @BuckeyesWire and like our Facebook page for ongoing coverage.

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