Browns designate Jordan Kunaszyk to return from injured reserve (11.22.23)

For Immediate Release

Nov. 22, 2023


BEREA, Ohio — The Cleveland Browns have designated LB Jordan Kunaszyk for return from injured reserve. In addition, the team has signed S Duron Harmon to the practice squad.


Kunaszyk is in his fifth NFL season out of California. He appeared in 15 games with two starts last season with the Browns and led the team with 11 special teams tackles. Kunaszyk was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury on Aug. 31.


Harmon (6-0, 205) is in his 11th NFL season out of Rutgers. Originally a third-round pick by New England in 2013, he has appeared in 164 games with 79 starts for the Patriots (2013-19), Lions (2020), Falcons (2021), Raiders (2022) and Bears (2023). He has recorded 397 career tackles, 23 interceptions, 43 passes defensed, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. He has appeared in four Super Bowls and helped New England win three. Harmon spent time on the Ravens’ practice squad at the start of the 2023 season before being signed to Chicago’s active roster, making three appearances with one start.


* Teams can designate up to eight players to return from injured reserve throughout the season, following a minimum of four games missed. A player designated for return has 21 days to be activated or must remain on injured reserve for the remainder of the season.



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