Mike Wallace Would Be Huge Coup for Cleveland Browns in Free Agency

February 12, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns haven't made the playoffs since 2002, just hired their fifth head coach in that span and are in the NFL's toughest division by the numbers—the AFC North.
However, after a quality draft in 2012 and core players that have this team headed in the right direction, the Browns are as close as they've been in quite some time at actually making a push at legitimacy.
Current Pittsburgh Steelers wideout Mike Wallace signing with the team would cement that theory.
According to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora, the Browns have around $30 million in cap space and aim at being big spenders this offseason—namely for Wallace and Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Paul Kruger.
Here's what La Canfora had to say about Cleveland's big plan to snatch players from its division rivals:
Many in the Steelers organization believe Wallace will end up with their division rivals in Cleveland (Haslam was a former minority owner of the Steelers), an...

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