Cut by the Ravens two days ago, offensive lineman Oniel Cousins has latched on with another AFC North squad.
Cousins has been claimed off waivers by the Cleveland Browns, according to multiple reports.
The 2008 third-round pick was in competition for the Ravens' starting right tackle job when he entered training camp about a month ago.
He was then bumped over to right guard leading up to the second preseason game, and following the additions of Bryant McKinnie and Mark LeVoir, was waived by the Ravens on Saturday.
After Cousins' release, head coach John Harbaugh said the UTEP product's future might be at guard. Cousins appeared to be more comfortable in his short stint at the position this camp, but we'll have to see how the Browns plan on using him.