The Browns made another splash in the free agent market by signing veteran safety Andrew Senjejo. It’s for one year and $2.25 million dollars. The Browns have been going to the one-year deals frequently this offseason and this one makes sense given his connection to Andrew Berry and Kevin Stefanski.
The majority of Senjejo’s career, which started in 2010, was with the Minnesota Vikings. His career stats are 104 games played (59 games started), 399 combined tackles (118 assisted), two sacks, seven interceptions, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
The 32-year-old brings a veteran presence to a young defensive backs room. Out of Rice University, he could really help with teaching some of the young players with less experience. Overall, this appears to be yet another solid signing by the Browns GM. It’s obviously not a longterm solution due to Senjejo’s age, but a mentoring type of deal.