Former Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi has agreed to a two-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to reports.
The Florida-Times Union first reported the move this afternoon. The deal is worth a maximum of $4.7 million, including incentives, NFL Network reported.
Massaquoi, 26, spent the past four seasons with the Browns after they drafted him in the second round (No. 50 overall) in 2009. He compiled 118 catches for 1,745 yards and seven touchdowns during his time in Cleveland.
Massaquoi struggled to stay healthy the past two seasons and was not courted by the Browns’ new regime led by CEO Joe Banner and General Manager Mike Lombardi. Massaquoi missed seven games because of hamstring and knee injuries last season and finished the year with 17 catches for 254 yards and no touchdowns.
Center Alex Mack is the only member of the 2009 draft class who is still with the Browns.
Ready to dance
Former Browns special-teams ace and wide receiver Josh Cribbs announced via Twitter that he has agreed to attend prom with a student April 13 at Champion High School, which is in a suburb of Warren.
“Gotta break out my dancing shoes once again,” Cribbs wrote on Twitter.
Cribbs is a free agent and won’t be retained by the Browns.
Free-agent safety Usama Young, whom the Browns cut Tuesday, visited the Cincinnati Bengals, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. … In their most recent mock drafts, ESPN analysts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay predicted the Browns will use the sixth overall pick on Oregon outside linebacker/defensive end Dion Jordan and Brigham Young defensive end/outside linebacker Ezekiel “Ziggy” Ansah, respectively.