Greg Robinson will get another shot to continue his NFL career.
The Cleveland Browns announced they've signed the offensive tackle on Tuesday. The team waived offensive lineman Rod Johnson in a corresponding move.
Robinson, the former No. 2 overall pick by the Rams in 2014, has struggled through 48 starts in his four-year career.
After three disappointing seasons with the Rams, Detroit acquired the 25-year-old in a trade last offseason as a hopeful fill-in for injured left tackle Taylor Decker. The project went poorly as Robinson was a turnstile throughout his six starts in Detroit. He suffered an ankle injury in Week 6 and was waived.
Robinson lands in Cleveland as he attempts to resurrect his career. At 6-foot-5, 330-pounds, Robinson owns the size but has struggled in both the run and passing game.
The Browns are searching for a replacement for future Hall of Famer Joe Thomas. It would be a surprise if Robinson earns a role, but Cleveland could view the former draft bust as a possible swing-tackle option after offensive lineman Donald Stephenson was suspended for two games. Cleveland could be Robinson's last chance to keep his career alive.