Adrian Clayborn gets 2-year deal from Browns
The Cleveland Browns have made an addition to their defense.
The Browns and Adrian Clayborn agreed to a 2-year deal. The contract is for $6 million and worth up to $7 million, according to reports.
Clayborn is a rotational pass rusher who had four sacks last season for the Falcons. He will turn 32 and likely be part of Cleveland’s rotation on the defensive line.
The deal is an upgrade over the $2 million Clayborn made last year with Atlanta. The Browns were also thought to be a possible landing spot for Everson Griffen on the defensive line. It’s unclear whether the addition of Clayborn would impact that.