Center Ethan Pocic expresses desire to re-sign with Browns

Browns center Ethan Pocic (55) plays during the second half against the Ravens, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022, in Baltimore.

BEREA — Ethan Pocic played well for the Browns in a pinch and then fought back from injury in an attempt to finish the season.

Now he’s hoping to stay in Cleveland despite his one-year contract being scheduled to expire in March.

“That would be a dream come true, man. That would be awesome,” Pocic told the Beacon Journal on Thursday. “So we’ll see what happens. That would be a dream come true, though.”

When the Browns signed Pocic in March, they secured a contingency plan they wound up needing. Nick Harris served as the first-string center in the offseason, yet Pocic became the man in the middle after Harris suffered a season-ending knee injury in the Aug. 12 preseason opener.

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