The Cleveland Browns activated their fullback from the reserve/COVID-19 list and claimed a safety from Kansas City.
A couple of roster moves were made by the Cleveland Browns Monday, first they claimed safety Tedric Thompson from the Kansas City Chiefs.
Thompson is in his fourth NFL season and it was his first with Kansas City. The 25-year old safety played his first three seasons in Seattle where he started 16 of 29 games that he appeared in. Thompson did not start any of the 8 games he appeared in with the Chiefs. Claiming Thompson was a wise decision for the Browns considering all of the injuries in the secondary. Ronnie Harrison exited Week 12 against Jacksonville and Cleveland may need Thompson to play in some capacity.
The Browns also activated fullback Andy Janovich from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Janovich missed Weeks 11 and 12 due to being on the reserve/COVID-19 list. The Browns placed Janovich on the list on November 16 and are just now activating him. While the Cleveland rushing attack was still productive without him, it is still better to have him available than not.