Browns Sign Free Agent WR Donte Stallworth

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The Browns continue hot and heavy on the free agent market as today they made their first actual signing, as they picked up former Eagles, Saints and Pats WR Donte Stallworth.  NFL Network’s Adam Schefter is reporting the deal, which means the Browns will roll out Braylon Edwards on one side, and Stallworth on another.  Last season in his only year with the Pats, Stallworth caught 46 passes for 697 yards and three touchdowns.  In his career, he has 279 catches for 4213 yards and 31 scores.  He was the 13th overall pick of the 2002 draft by the Saints.

It was known that the Browns were looking for a good 2nd wide out through free agency, so their mission was accomplished by getting Stallworth.  So far this means the Browns in the last two days have re-signed Derek Anderson, acquired Corey Williams from the Packers for a 2nd round pick, and traded Leigh Bodden and a 3rd round pick to the Lions for Shaun Rogers.  Now with Stallworth in the fold, the Browns are well on their way to making this offseason truly one to remember.

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