2010 Cleveland Browns: Mike Holmgren Making Bold Moves

March 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 Cleveland Browns off-season has taken a huge turn in the last few weeks. The Browns got started immediately by giving up the rights to wide receiver Donte Stallworth. Stallworth missed the 2009 season after being suspended by Commissioner Goodell for a drunk driving incident in which a pedestrian was killed.
Shortly after Stallworth was released, Holmgren sent defensive end Corey Williams to the Lions for a 5th round pick in 2010. Williams will go back to his undertackle position in which he succeeded in Green Bay in a short time as a situational pass rusher.
A few days later the Browns made a surprising release of veteran Hank Fraley, who served as a viable option playing center and some guard since 2006.
Following the Fraley release, we witnessed the inevitable departure of Derek Anderson, who was due a roster bonus of 2 million dollars on March 19th, to go with a 7.45 million dollar salary in 2010 had he stayed.
To make up for the loss of Derek Anderson,...

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