The Cleveland Browns have signed defensive lineman Kyle Rose following last week’s NFL Draft. Rose is one of 11 free agents the Browns have reached a deal with. Kyle Rose is one of twelve Mountaineers to be picked up by NFL teams between the Draft and undrafted free agency.
Rose is a part of what could arguably be the best draft class out of West Virginia. Rose started 33 of his 51 games during his time at West Virginia. Rose finished with 155 tackles, three passed defended, five sacks and one fumble recovery while playing at West Virginia. In 2015, Rose recorded a career-high four sacks during his senior season.
Rose and the other ten players signed to the Browns will report to rookie mini camps on May 12 with the other 14 draft picks for the Browns.
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