Wide out Joe Jurevicus is going to stick around one more year, as the Browns look to build on their 10-6 record of 2007. The wide out said on Monday as the team cleaned out their lockers in Berea that he’d lie to play one more season in Brown and Orange and then hang it up for good. “I’m going to give this thing one go-around and probably hang them up,” he said. Despite not making the playoffs, Jurevicus told the teams website that he is proud of the progress that the club made going from four wins in 2006 to 10 in 07. “I can sit here today with a smile because we did things the right way and when things are done in the right way it pays big dividends and it did that for us this year. Ultimately our goal of going to the playoffs didn’t materialize but you have to be proud. This was a pretty good football year. It has been one of the most fun seasons I’ve had as a professional.”
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