The Baltimore Ravens aren’t the only team in the AFC North that’s trying to improve their offensive line depth during the offseason as the Cleveland Browns have just announced that they have come to terms with Seattle Seahawks free agent offensive lineman Paul McQuistan.
McQuistan started 14 games last season for the Seahawks and played left guard and left tackle for them.
The Browns have some serious question marks at both of their guard spots heading into 2014, so McQuistan, 30, very well could compete for a starting spot in training camp.
The Browns also are still currently in limbo with center Alex Mack as well after placing the transition tender on him prior to the start of free agency. Mack, however, doesn’t appear to have many teams interested in signing him to an offer sheet, so there’s a good chance he’s back in Cleveland in 2014.