Browns Come to Terms w/ RB Noah Herron

The Browns today came to terms with running back Noah Herron. The move was made as the team needed a back to take the spot of Jason Wright, who went to the Cards earlier this week.

The 26-year-old Herron was drafted by Pittsburgh in the seventh round in 2005. He has rushed for 273 yards, caught 29 passes for 211 yards and scored five touchdowns in 23 career games with Green Bay and Tampa Bay.

Herron played 16 games for the Packers in 2006. He spent all of 2007 on Green Bay’s injured reserve list with a knee injury and was inactive for all four games he was on Tampa Bay’s roster last year.

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One Response to “Browns Come to Terms w/ RB Noah Herron”

  1. Clayton says:

    Bad move. Cut by every team he ever signed with: Packers, Bucs and Jets. Hasn’t played in two years. Injury-prone. 3.35 yards per carry on average throughout career. Let’s hope he stays on the sidelines.

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