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Report: Browns Reach An Agreement With OLB Paul Kruger

Jason La Canfora reports that Paul Kruger‘s deal with the Browns is actually five-years at $41 million.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Browns have reached agreement in principle on a five-year deal with free agent OLB Paul Kruger.

Aaron Wilson reports that Paul Kruger‘s deal with the Browns is “very close” and is believed to be a five year contract worth “roughly” $40 million. This would include an $8 million annual salary.

Jason La Canfora reports that the Browns are close to reaching an agreement with free agent OLB Paul Kruger.

Ian Rapoport adds that a deal is likely between the Browns and Kruger.

We had Kruger listed as No. 4 best available player in our Top 50 Free Agents list.



Aaron Wilson reports that sources have informed him that the Browns are “closing in” on free agent OLB Paul Kruger.

Wilson adds that there’s nothing official just yet.


Peter King of Sports Illustrated reports that a source has informed him that he expects the Browns to have one of Paul Kruger or Cliff Avril under contract “by Tuesday night.”

King adds that his “money’s on Avril.”

Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reported Sunday night that the Browns and Colts are expected to engage in a “bidding war” for Kruger.

If that ends up being the case, Cleveland could always shift gears towards Avril, who has been drawing interest from teams that in employ 3-4 defenses.

Either way, the Browns figure to be among the most active teams in the free agent market.

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rather have Kruger. Browns don’t need hatchet man Harrison.




Can either one really help the Browns is the question? Just say NO to that thug Harrison former Squeeler…

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