Cleveland, OH (92.3 The Fan) – The Cleveland Browns have been busy during the first 24 hours of NFL free agency. Multiple reports this morning say that the Browns have come to terms with free agent linebacker Quentin Groves. ESPN’s Adam Schefter was the first to report the deal and it’s been confirmed by NewsChannel 5’s and 92.3 The Fan’s Andy Baskin. The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Groves will get a two-year contract worth $2.8 million and be reunited with defensive coordinator Ray Horton, whom he played for in Arizona last season.
Groves played in all 16 games for the Cardinals last season, including seven starts, and had career-highs in tackles with 46 and with four sacks.
This move is the latest by the Browns after coming to terms with free agents Paul Kruger and Desmond Bryant on Tuesday.