The San Diego Chargers have agreed to a one-year contract with offensive lineman Rex Hadnot.|||||||
Hadnot spent the past two seasons with Arizona, starting all 16 games at right guard last season. He's also played for Miami and Cleveland. He's started 93 of 113 career games, including at right guard, center, left guard and tackle.
Hadnot was carted off the practice field Thursday after suffering a possible serious injury to his left knee.|||||||
Hadnot, who started 15 games for the Browns last season, got hurt while pass blocking during team drills. The Browns had no immediate word on his condition. Hadnot, who played four seasons in Miami before signing as a free agent with Cleveland last year, was competing with veteran Eric Steinbach for the starting left guard job.
Hadnot has been carted off the practice field after suffering a possible serious injury to his left knee.|||||||
Hadnot, who started 15 games for the Browns last season, got hurt while pass blocking at Thursday's practice. He was engaged with defensive lineman Louis Leonard when rookie linebacker David Veikune got pushed into the outside of Hadnot's left knee. The Browns had no immediate word on his condition.
The Cleveland Browns added depth up front by signing Hadnot to a two-year contract on Monday.|||||||
The 26-year-old Hadnot was originally drafted by the Dolphins in the sixth round of the 2004 draft. Hadnot made 55 starts the past four years with the Dolphins.
The Titans visited with Hadnot on Friday.|||||||
The 26-year-old Hadnot is a four-year veteran who has started 55 of 63 games with the Miami Dolphins. The Titans are looking at experienced linemen after losing starting left guard Jacob Scott in free agency to St. Louis.