According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, RB Kylin Hill worked out with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday.
Hill, a former seventh-rounder out of Mississippi State, spent his first two seasons in Green Bay where he spent the majority of his time on special teams. He likely won't find much of a role in Cleveland offensively if he signs with the team, but the Browns could be looking to add another body at RB while Jerome Ford deals with his injury.
The Packers activated Kylin Hill off the PUP list on Wednesday.
Hill tore his ACL in Week 8 last year while returning a kickoff and has been making his way back slowly this season. He will slide in as the third option at running back behind Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon, and likely won't make much of a fantasy impact this year. He's worth putting on your watch list in dynasty formats but nothing more for now.
Kylin Hill has been placed on the reserve/physically unable to perform list and will miss at least the first four games.
Hill is still trying to recover from a torn ACL he suffered in October 2021. The Packers will have Tyler Goodson and Patrick Taylor as backups to Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon to start the season.
Kylin Hill did not suit up Friday as he is currently on the PUP list.
Hill has not played in a game since suffering a season ending injury against Arizona last October. Although he should be ready to return this season, he should likely remain undrafted for now.