Johnson Bademosi DB CLE Apr 20 '79

The Cleveland Plain Dealer says there's reason to believe Browns' free safety Johnson Bademosi will to win the starting job.

Bademosi was signed as an undrafted free agent last year, and led the Browns in special teams tackles with 18. He played cornerback in college, but showed impressive physicality and ability to tackle on special teams last season. The second-year pro will battle Tashaun Gipson in training camp for the starting job.

Johnson Bademosi DB CLE Apr 10 '79

ESPN Cleveland expects Johnson Bademosi to win the Browns' starting free safety job.

Bademosi will enter training camp behind Tashaun Gipson, but has breakout potential in Ray Horton's 3-4 defense. Sixth-round pick Jamoris Slaughter is coming off a torn Achilles' and will likely be limited to special teams.

Johnson Bademosi DB CLE Mar 06 '79

ESPN Cleveland reports that the Browns are "intrigued" by DB Johnson Bademosi and expect him to challenge Tashaun Gipson for the starting free safety job.

The Browns don't have any proven options at free safety, so Bademosi is competing with Gibson and Buster Skrine to be the Week 1 starter. Sixth-round pick Jamoris Slaughter (Achilles') will also be "added to the mix" once healthy. Bademosi struggled to get on the field as a cornerback last year, but should be a strong candidate for more playing time at safety this season.

Johnson Bademosi DB CLE Feb 24 '79

The Browns are giving second-year DB Johnson Bademosi a look at safety.

Bademosi made the Browns as an undrafted free agent out of Stanford last season, and he played 24 snaps on defense. Many thought he lacked the cover skills to survive on the outside, and the Browns have a hole at free safety. Bademosi ran a 4.39 forty and posted a 40" vertical at the Cardinal's Pro Day.