The Browns have made another move this offseason, this time in the form of a trade with the Broncos. They have acquired fullback Andy Janovich from the Denver Broncos. As reported below, Janovich was moved because the offense ran in Denver does not require a traditional full back. Obviously, Stefanski’s system will use one as it is similar to the scheme run by the 49ers.
The Browns continue to add talent to the roster. They have already signed Jack Conklin, Austin Hooper, and Case Keenum. Now they bring on a starting caliber full-back in Janovich. The one primary concern may be his health. Janovich appeared in only seven games last season due to a pectoral injury at the outset of 2019 and then a gruesome elbow injury that ended his season. If Andy Janovich is healthy, he could be a strong presence in the run game, giving star running back Nick Chubb another blocker clearing the way.
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