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Browns Lose Free Agent LB Davis to Denver

The Browns have lost their first free agent of 2009, as linebacker Andra Davis has bolted to go play in Denver for the Broncos. Davis was the longest-serving member of the team. He was a fifth-round draft pick in 2002, the same year the Browns created considerable confusion for their fan base by selecting receiver Andre’ Davis in round two.


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3 Responses to “Browns Lose Free Agent LB Davis to Denver”

  1. Jerrytown16 says:

    This is too bad. Say what you want about his ability, Andra Davis loved playing for the Cleveland Browns. I think his willingness to take a pay cut shows a little bit of the stuff this guy has.
    In an era of underacheiving Browns, he is not one of them. If there were a Hall of Fame for this 1999-2009 era, I would put Davis in. Good luck with Denver, except when you play the Browns.

  2. Jerrytown16 says:

    This is too bad. Say what you want about his ability, Andra Davis is a Cleveland Brown. He was happy to be here and worked hard to be the best Brown he could be. I think his willingness to take pay cuts and come off the bench show a little bit of the stuff this man is made of.
    If there were Cleveland Browns Hall of Fame 1999-2009, Andra Davis would be first ballot in my book.

  3. clayton says:

    I agree with Jerry. I wouldn’t describe Davis as an allstar talent, but I always appreciated his team loyalty and pride and his work ehic. He will be missed. Looks like Butler from the Giants will be our first signing at safety to replace Jones. I think Mangini and Kokinis are deliberately trying to put some space between their approach to free agency and that of the past where the Browns typically move quicker and with more of a flurry the first weekend.

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