The Cleveland Browns signed wide receiver David Nelson to a one-year contract on Monday.
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Today, the Cleveland Browns signed a one year deal with Wide Receiver David Nelson. A formidable 6'5 and 217 lbs, Nelson will presumably play in the slot for Cleveland.
The Cleveland Browns continued their roster overhaul on Monday by signing former Buffalo Bills wide receiver, David Nelson.
A couple of days ago, we reported that free agent wide receiver David Nelson would be visiting the Cleveland Browns on Thursday. Nelson's visit should now be complete, and he has been tweeting some positive messages throughout the day.
Earlier today, Tim Graham of the Buffalo News reported that free agent wide receiver David Nelson is scheduled to visit the Cleveland Browns on Thursday. In other receiver news, free agent Mohamed Massaquoi visited the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday.
In their search to improve their receiving corps and add offensive depth, the Browns will meet with free-agent wideout David Nelson
The Buffalo Bills continued their housecleaning by getting rid of a young, productive player recently. Wide receiver David Nelson could contribute to a team immediately upon signing, if healthy.
Local and national news outlets are reacting to the news that the Buffalo Bills won't bring back wide receiver David Nelson. That and more in today's links.
The Buffalo Bills appear set to make major personnel changes at receiver this off-season, as they reportedly won't be bringing back David Nelson, either.
The Buffalo Bills have announced that restricted free agent wide receiver Donald Jones will not return to the club in 2013. Quote from GM Buddy Nix within.