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Browns release little-used TE Miller

CLEVELAND (Nov. 1, 2005) -- The Cleveland Browns released veteran tight end Billy Miller, who did not catch a pass in three games with the team.

Miller was signed by the Browns one week before the start of the regular season because Steve Heiden was the only healthy tight end on the roster. Aaron Shea returned from a strained chest muscle last month and Miller has seen little action since.

Miller had 114 receptions for 1,212 yards and seven touchdowns in six seasons with Denver and Houston. He was Houston's leading receiver in 2002, catching 51 passes for 613 yards and three touchdowns.

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