New Cleveland Browns general manager Andrew Berry is already shaking things up.
The team announced on Monday that it has released four players, including three players who started multiple games last season.
Of note, Cleveland moved on from cornerback T.J. Carrie, who recorded 52 tackles and an interception in 16 games (six starts) last season.
Seven-year NFL veteran offensive lineman Eric Kush was also released after appearing in all 16 games with seven starts a season ago.
Meanwhile, tight end Demetrius Harris will hit free agency after recording 15 receptions for 149 yards and three touchdowns in 15 games (six starts) last season.
Cleveland saves $13-plus million against the cap by releasing these four players and is now an estimated $62 million under the cap.