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Signed and Sealed; Robiskie Done as the Last Pick to Come to Terms

It’s all good when it comes to the Browns getting their draft picks under contract. The team announced late Thursday that the team has come to terms with wide out Brian Robiskie on a four-year deal. Robiskie’s agent, Joel Segal, said the sides reached agreement Thursday. Financial terms were not immediately available.

“Brian is looking forward to getting started,” Segal said.

Robiskie was taken with the No. 36 overall pick in April’s draft. He will compete for a starting job with fellow rookie Mohammed Massaquoi, another second-round pick who signed his contract and reported to camp this week. Mangini had all his first-year players report one week earlier than the veterans.

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4 Responses to “Signed and Sealed; Robiskie Done as the Last Pick to Come to Terms”

  1. Clayton says:

    Braylon and Robo as the two starters with Patten, Furrey and Massaquoi all getting some snaps as well. What happens with Steptoe?

  2. ButchGavlen says:

    This is certainly good news. So all the negative stuff and worry talk was bs. I thought so. It seems it is very hard for anyone, but especially a new HC and GM to get a break. Between the agents, media, players and even the fans, I wouldn’t want the job. But these guys are so far risiing above all of that and doing things right. Now come on cribbs, get in and get right.

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  4. Sly says:

    In his four years with the Browns, Massaquoi caught a total of 118 passes for 1,745 yards and 7 touchdowns.
    Brian Robiskie caught 39 passes for 431 yards in 3 years. hope we do better with Coleman and Louis. They are banking on 2016 first-rounder Corey Coleman staying healthy and other second-year wideouts such as Ricardo Louis stepping up.
    They passed on opportunities to add other veteran receivers such as former first-rounder Jeremy Maclin, who signed with the Ravens, but would’ve been open to a visit to Cleveland.

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