The Cleveland Browns have cut a big piece of their top-10 offensive line. They are cutting J.C. Tretter, who has been a staple of the Browns’ line since they acquired him in 2017. This move was reportedly made for cap space reasons.
PFF’s Ari Meirov reported the news via Twitter on Tuesday morning.
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) March 15, 2022
Tretter was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the fourth round of the 2013 NFL Draft out of Cornell. He played there for four seasons before being signed by the Browns. During his five-year run with Cleveland, he only missed one game. Besides missing that one game, Tretter played every single offensive snap as a Brown.
Since he was released, Tretter can now sign with any team he chooses. Given the amount of moves made by teams to strengthen their offensive lines, he will not be on the market for long. Stay tuned to TGH to see where he goes, and for any other NFL free agency moves!
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