Just days before the 2007 NFL Draft, the Browns re-signed two players who originally joined the team as undrafted free agents.
Defensive lineman Simon Fraser and linebacker Mason Unck each were signed to one-year contracts Wednesday.
Fraser will enter his third NFL season this fall. In two seasons as a Brown, the Upper Arlington, Ohio native and Ohio State alum has appeared in all 32 games with 5 starts, marking 37 tackles, 4.5 sacks and 3 pass breakups in addition to contributing on special teams.
Fraser was an exclusive rights free agent.
Unck, meanwhile, has served as one of the leaders of the club's special teams units since 2003. He has totaled 55 special teams takedowns in 44 games as a Brown including a career-high 23 last season. He also has recorded 6 tackles in scrimmage situations.
Unck was an restricted free agent prior to the signing.