Could the Browns be looking for more insurance at the wide out spot before the start of training camp? The Union-Tribune our of San Diego is reporting that the Chargers have wide receiver Eric Parker on the trading block, and that the Browns may be interested. Parker didn’t play last season, as he had surgery in October on his toe. In 2006 he caught 48 passes for 659 yards in 14 games. The paper says that Parker will for sure be either traded or released by the start of training camp next month. Parker is somewhat damaged goods, but at this point the Browns may be looking for someone to step in if receiver Joe Jurevicius’ off season knee injury is worse than what even he is leading on to. In six seasons with the Chargers, Parker has played in 62 games, catching 187 passes for 2586 and 11 touchdowns. His best season was 2005 when he pulled in 57 catches for 725 yards and three scores.
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