Browns claim OL Nick McDonald off waivers from San Diego
The Cleveland Browns on Tuesday claimed OL Nick McDonald off waivers from San Diego.
The Cleveland Browns on Tuesday
claimed OL Nick McDonald off waivers from San Diego. General Manager Ray Farmer
made the announcement.
McDonald is a 6-4, 306-pound
veteran entering his third NFL season out of Grand Valley State. Originally
signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent in 2010, McDonald has appeared
in 16 games with three starts. He has seen action at right guard, left guard
He appeared in 12 games with one
start with the Patriots in 2012. He was waived by New England during final
roster cuts prior to last season. He signed with the Chargers this past
offseason on Jan. 16.
McDonald appeared in four
regular-season games and two postseason contests with New England in 2011, after
being inactive for all 16 games during his rookie season with Green Bay.
He appeared in 44 games with 29
starts at Grand Valley State, leading the Lakers to the Division III National
Championship game as a senior in 2009. A native of Sterling Heights, Mich.,
McDonald graduated from Henry Ford High School.