Browns release Veteran Fraley

Fraley's four-year run with the Browns has come to an end as the versatile offensive lineman has been given his walking papers by the new regime.

As first reported in a Twitter post by his agent, Ralph Cindrich, and later confirmed by theOBR, offensive lineman Hank Fraley has seen his four-year run as a member of the Cleveland Browns come to an end.

Fraley was informed earlier today that he has been released by the club.  A ten-year veteran in the NFL, Fraley is free to sign with any team at any time.

Fraley was acquired by the Browns eight days prior to the start of the 2006 regular season in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles.  During his time in Cleveland, Fraley played in 63 games, starting 52 of them.

For his career, he's played in 135 games with 123 starts.

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