The Cleveland Browns reportedly made a change to their TE room on Sunday. Former Penn State TE Jesse James is now a member of the team per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler.

James played at Penn State from 2012-2014. He was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 5th round of the 2015 NFL Draft. James stayed with the Steelers until 2018. He has also spent time with the Detroit Lions (2019-2020), and Chicago Bears (2021).

1 of James’ more memorable moments at the Steelers was his catch against the New England Patriots in 2017 that was ruled incomplete following a review. The catch would have been a potential game-winning play if it had been ruled a completion.

The Browns also have David Njoku and Harrison Bryant on the roster. James has 157 catches, and 1,522 yards receiving, and 12 touchdowns in his NFL career so far. James will be joining the Browns on a 1-year deal, according to Fowler.

It’ll be interesting to see how James fits into the Browns’ offense. The Browns open their 2022 season with an away game against the Carolina Panthers on Sept. 11 at 1 p.m. ET on CBS.