Duke Johnson Jr. of Cleveland Brown signed on Thursday with agent Drew Rosenhaus.
Johnson should always look for a Cleveland business.
This off-season, Rosenhaus facilitated the transaction with Browns client Emmanuel Ogbah and also allowed Breshad Perriman not to participate in his Cleveland contract.
Earlier this week, Constable Kristin Campbell confirmed to Cleveland.com that she no longer represents Johnson.
Johnson, who attended the mandatory Browns training sessions during the off-season, said last month that the team could not do anything to change the mind about wanting an exchange.
In June 2018, Johnson signed an extension of $ 15.6 million over three years with the Browns. He is under contract for the season 2021.
The Browns' third-round pick in 2015, Johnson racked up 1,286 yards in four seasons. He fell behind rookie Nick Chubb on the depths chart last season, and the team signed with Kareem Hunt, who will miss the first eight games of 2019 for violating the NFL's personal driving policy.
Jake Trotter of ESPN contributed to this report.