The Cleveland Browns have added another former Alabama defensive player to join Mack Wilson and Ronnie Harrison.
According to Andrew Gribble, senior staff writer for the Browns, the team signed Damion Square.
He joins a talented defensive front that includes Myles Garrett and Jadeveon Clowney.
Square, a native of Houston, Texas, has spent nine seasons (2013-20) in the National Football League. He was undrafted in 2013 from the University of Alabama; however, he spent his rookie year with the Philadelphia Eagles.
After 10 games with the Eagles, he was bounced between Philadelphia and the Kansas City Chiefs in 2014 before settling in with the San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers.
Square was with the Chargers for seven years.
He played in 81 games during that time span (2014-20), including 24 starts. Square has not missed a game in each of the past four seasons.
He arrived in Nick Saban’s first recruiting class in 2008 with the Crimson Tide. Square played on three BCS National Championship teams (2009, 2011, 2012) and two Southeastern Conference title teams in 2009 and 2012.
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