The Browns have added another veteran, but this one has never played for the Jets. On Tuesday, the team signed wide receiver Mike Furrey. That follows the team's signing of receiver David Patten in March and drafting Brian Robiskie and Moahamed Massaquoi.
Furrey has played football professionally since 2000, catching 198 passes for 2,128 yards. His best season came in 2006 with Detroit when he had 98 catches for 1,086 yards.
In nine games last season, Furrey had only had 18 catches for 181 yards.
The Browns are faced with a dilemma at wide receiver where the availability of Donte' Stallworth is unknown and Braylon Edwards has voiced his displeasure with the team.
Something is likely to happen in the team's receiving corps before the season starts. The Browns currently have Edwards, Stallworth, Furrey, Patten, Massaquoi, Robiskie, Josh Cribbs, Syndric Steptoe, Lance Leggett and Paul Hubbard.