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- Browns Sign TE Billy Miller

Chris Pokorny September 5, 2005
Chris Pokorny
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The Cleveland Browns have signed veteran tight end Billy Miller to a one-year deal. Miller was just waived by the Houston Texans because the team no longer needed a receiving tight end.

Miller's best season was in the Texans' first season in 2002, when he had 51 catches for 613 yards and three touchdowns.

Miller will be used for depth on the Browns. The team's starting tight end, Steve Heiden, is ready to go for the opener. Aaron Shea, the team's backup, is day-to-day with a strained chest muscle.

Miller is not a good blocker, which is why the Texans no longer needed him. He was a fan favorite in Houston.

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