Woodson-Luster was waived by the Browns on Monday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Woodson-Luster played in four games with Cleveland last year, racking up 42 snaps on special teams and turning in one tackle. As a free agent, he now will be looking to play with his third team in three years after playing as a rookie with Oakland.
Woodson-Luster was promoted from the Browns' practice squad to the active roster Thursday.
Woodson-Luster is set to make his second appearance of the season Saturday against the Broncos, having also suited up in Week 7 when he played eight total snaps against Tampa Bay. He's slated to primarily serve on special teams while also adding depth at outside linebacker behind starters Jamie Collins and Genard Avery.
Woodson-Luster was cut by the Browns on Thursday.
Woodson-Luster was cut after the Browns signed fellow linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong on Thursday. The Arkansas State product was newly promoted from the Browns' practice squad Oct. 16, and played eight snaps in Week 7.