The Indianapolis Colts fill a major need by selecting the 2012 ACC leader in sacks.
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The 2013 free agent market for linebackers has been relatively quiet, with few players signing exorbitant contracts. That doesn't mean no big names are available. However, many former stars aren't garnering the attention they once did.
Cleveland has been pretty active in free agency, but will the additions be enough for the Browns' make a run in the AFC North?
Even though their salary cap space is limited, the Baltimore Ravens found a way to pull off a major move in free agency. The move should help their depleted defensive roster immediately.
The Cleveland Browns continued bolstering their front seven on the first day of free agency by signing defensive tackle Desmond Bryant, according to reports, including the Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot.
Free agency officially begins for the Cleveland Browns and the rest of the teams in the NFL at 4:00 PM ET. According to one NFL reporter, the Browns, who have the most cap space out of all of the teams in the league, have been very busy thus far.
Can the newly-signed Paul Kruger co-exist with Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas after the "flop" from the 2012 season? Of course they can...but all bets are off once they line up against each other in training camp.
About a half hour into free agency, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that an agreement had been reached between the Cleveland Browns and OLB Paul Kruger. A deal could be worth up to $8 million per year.