Reynolds (knee) was released by the Browns on Monday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. After clearing waivers last week, Reynolds was initially placed on Cleveland's injured reserve, but the team ultimately released the safety on Monday and gave the IR spot to rookie Rod Johnson (knee). The 25-year-old accumulated 43 tackles in 2016 and is now free to sign with any interested team.
Reynolds (knee) cleared waivers and reverted to the Browns' injured reserve Wednesday per the official NFL Media site's transaction log. Although he went down with a knee injury, Reynolds figured to have a hard time making the final roster anyway. He will now spend the 2017 season on the IR.
The Browns waived/injured Reynolds (knee) on Tuesday. Reynolds figured to have a hard time landing on the final roster before going down with a knee injury. He's expected to clear waivers, which will be followed by him reverting to the Browns' injured reserve.
Reynolds (knee) suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament during practice Saturday and will miss six weeks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. If that timetable proves accurate, Reynolds could be ready to go for the Browns' Week 3 matchup with the Colts, but since he'll likely be far behind from a conditioning standpoint, the team could just opt to have him open the season on the Physically Unable to Perform list. Trey Caldwell could see increased reps in Reynolds' absence as the backup enough to starting free safety Derrick Kindred.
Reynolds (knee) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports. Reynolds suffered a minor knee injury during the Browns' Week 11 loss to the Steelers, but projects to play in Week 12 given his participation in practice throughout the week. Tracy Howard figures to get the start at free safety regardless of Reynolds' availability.