|Ht / Wt:||6'2" / 233 lb.|
|Drafted:||2019 / UDFA|
Deane (illness) was waived by the Browns on Wednesday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Analysis: Deane landed in Cleveland during the early days of training camp after previously spending time with the Bills. The undrafted rookie out of Western Kentucky appears to have had his chances at a roster spot derailed by an illness, and will work to get fully healthy before latching on with another team.
Dean was absent from Tuesday's practice with an illness, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Analysis: Deane was picked up by the Browns about a week into training camp after being let go by the Bills in June. An undrafted rookie, he is already on his third team. He figures to have an uphill battle for earning a spot on Cleveland's 53-man roster, so a quick return will be beneficial for his chances.
Deane signed a contract with the Browns on Friday.
Analysis: Deane was let go by Buffalo in June, and now joins his third NFL team of the offseason. The undrafted rookie out of Western Kentucky will begin at the bottom of Cleveland's depth chart and work to climb his way up in a crowded tight end room.
Deane was let go Friday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Analysis: The Bills signed tight end Keith Towbridge off waivers from the Titans, so Deane was the guy kicked out of the position group. He'll now seek out his third NFL team in 2019.
Deane was signed by the Bills on Tuesday.
Analysis: The Bills just lost free agent signee Tyler Kroft to a broken foot for the next three months, so they've quickly signed Deane to add some depth to the tight ends corps. Deane is an undrafted rookie free agent out of Western Kentucky who was just let go by the Seahawks, so he'll start at the bottom of the depth chart and have a long way to go to work his way toward a permanent roster spot.
Deane was waived by the Seahawks on Monday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
Analysis: Deane signed on with the Seahawks after going undrafted in last month's draft but was waived less than two weeks into his stint. The Western Kentucky product recorded 44 receptions for 530 yards and six touchdowns over 12 games during his senior campaign.
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