CLEVELAND — Editor's note: the video in the player above is from Dec. 6, 2020.
On Monday, free agent offensive lineman Kendall Lamm agreed to a reported two-year contract with the Tennessee Titans.
But before heading to Nashville, Lamm reflected on his time as a member of the Cleveland Browns, who he spent the previous two seasons as a member of before hitting the open market this offseason. Taking to Instagram on Monday evening, the 28-year-old offensive lineman shared an emotional post saying goodbye to the city he has called home for the past two years.
“When I left Houston 2 years ago I had no idea what was in store for me as I traveled to Cleveland. Now two years later I can say it’s a place that will be near and dear to me forever," he wrote. "From the people, to the culture, the ups and downs I’ll always cherish because they’ve [helped] make me ME!
"To all my teammates love you guys, to MY BROTHERS in that OL room love y’all boys and know I’m always one call away! To the Browns organization thank you for allowing me to continue the dream and I'LL FOREVER CHERISH BEATING PITTSBURGH in those playoffs."
Perhaps fittingly, the most notable moment of Lamm's two seasons in Cleveland came in Tennessee, when the 310-pound player caught a 1-yard touchdown from Baker Mayfield in the Browns' 41-35 Week 13 win over the Titans. Over the course of two seasons in Cleveland, he appeared in 19 games, including three starts.