The Browns have signed former Jets linebacker David Bowens to a four-year deal worth $7.2 million according to the Newark Star-Ledger. The former Jets LB was released awhile ago, but the team was talking about bringing him back.
The Jets wanted to bring back Bowens at a cheaper price than he was making last season, but the Browns with new head coach Eric Mangini swooped in and took him away from his old team.
It’s no secret that the Browns do need help at the LB spot, so the signing of Bowens is no shock considering his relationship with Mangini.
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