2010 NFL Free Agency: Cleveland Browns Join the Frenzy, Sign Two

March 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Since the clock struck 12:01 on Friday morning, rosters have been changing all over the NFL.
The Chicago Bears made the most noise in free agency by throwing $55 million of GUARANTEED money at three players: tight end Brandon Manumaleuna, running back Chester Taylor, and defensive end Julius Peppers. Peppers will receive the majority of that figure, a total of $42 million guaranteed, which is an NFL record.
Until today, the Browns had stayed relatively quiet. 
Mike Holmgren and GM Tom Heckert had previously stated that the Browns were not going to be major players in this free agent market.
However, that changed with the signing of two players today.
The new Cleveland Browns are offensive lineman Tony Pashos, formerly of the San Francisco 49ers, and linebacker Scott Fujita, formerly a member of the Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints. Pashos receives a three-year deal for $10 million and Fujita will receive a multi-year contract of which the details hav...

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