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Haggans to visit

By Marla Ridenour Published: March 17, 2008

Pittsburgh free agent linebacker Clark Haggans is scheduled to visit Cleveland Tuesday and Wednesday, his agent Jeff Sperbeck confirmed Monday.

Haggans, 31, an eight-year veteran, could give the Browns a pass-rush threat opposite Kamerion Wimbley. Haggans has totalled 32.5 sacks the past six seasons, with 58 tackles and four sacks in 2007. He became a regular for the Steelers in 2004, with 57 total starts in that span. He's also recorded 315 career tackles (210 solos) and 18 passes defensed.

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Free agency not over?

By Marla Ridenour Published: March 14, 2008

The Browns are searching for a linebacker who could reap the benefits of the defensive line overhaul that brought Shaun Rogers and Corey Williams to Cleveland.

Peter Schaffer, agent for five-time Pro Bowl linebacker Al Wilson, said Friday afternoon there was nothing to report, but that the Browns remain on Wilson's radar screen.

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There go the draft picks

By Marla Ridenour Published: March 1, 2008

Trading for defensive tackles Corey Williams of Green Bay and Shaun Rogers of Detroit left the Browns without a pick in the first three rounds of the April 26-27 draft.

Cleveland surrendered its No. 1 to Dallas last year on draft day to select quarterback Brady Quinn. Then Friday it gave up a second-rounder for Williams and a third-rounder for Rogers.

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