The Cleveland Browns signed three players taken in this year’s NFL Draft, the team announced Sunday.
The Browns signed offensive lineman Austin Corbett, a second-round choice out of Nevada, and sixth-round selections Damion Ratley and Simeon Thomas.
Corbett was Cleveland’s first pick (33rd overall) in the second round of the draft. He saw action at both tackle spots for Nevada, starting the final 48 games of his college career.
The 6-foot-4, 305-pound Corbett was a first-team All-Mountain West Conference selection at a senior, starting all 12 games.
Ratley, who played opposite wideout Christian Kirk — a second-round pick of the Los Angeles Rams — at Texas A&M, had 30 receptions and six touchdowns while appearing in all 12 games last season.
The 6-foot-3, 190-pounder averaged 23.1 yards per catch in 2017 and finished his college career with 47 receptions in 21 games.
Thomas was limited to nine games as a senior at Louisiana-Lafayette, but the defensive back registered 42 tackles and 12 pass break-ups. As a junior, he appeared in a career-high 13 games and registered his only two interceptions.