The Cleveland Browns have claimed WR LaTarence Dunbar via waivers from the
Atlanta Falcons, and have signed FB Corey McIntyre, the club announced today.
Dunbar, 5-11 and 196 lbs., was a sixth-round draft choice by the Falcons in
2003 and played in five games mainly on special teams with 4 tackles. Dunbar
was a sixth-round draft choice out of TCU, where he appeared in 44 games,
including 27 starts and set school records with 1,513 kickoff return yards and
three kickoffs returned for a touchdown. Dunbar also ranks second with a 24.8
kick return average. During his career at TCU, Dunbar collected 109 passes
for 1,544 yards and 13 touchdowns.
McIntyre, 6-0, 258 lbs., spent the 2002 season on the Philadelphia Eagles
practice squad, and recently completed the NFL Europe season with the
Frankfurt Galaxy. McIntyre rushed 12 times for 76 yards and a touchdown and
added 14 receptions for 98 yards and a score for the Galaxy this spring. He
was originally signed by Philadelphia in 2002 and spent most of the season on
the Eagles’ practice squad.
McIntyre spent the spring of 2003 in NFL Europe and won a World Bowl
championship with Frankfurt. A converted defensive end and linebacker,
McIntyre finished his collegiate career with 171 tackles (105 solo), including
nine tackles for loss for the Mountaineers.
The Browns open training camp on July 30.