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Browns notebook: Mount Union product Jasper Collins released, two others signed to practice squad

By Nate Ulrich
Beacon Journal sports writer

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The Browns signed undrafted rookie wide receiver Arceto Clark and undrafted rookie running back Dennis Johnson to their practice squad, the team announced Tuesday.

The Browns also released undrafted rookie wide receiver Jasper Collins, a University of Mount Union product, from their practice squad.

All eight spots on the practice squad are now filled.

The 5-foot-10, 180-pound Clark spent training camp with the Seattle Seahawks and had five catches for 48 yards in the preseason before being waived Aug. 31. He is a Mississippi State University product.

The Browns waived the 5-7, 193-pound Johnson, a University of Arkansas product, on Saturday. Johnson spent the preseason with the Houston Texans and tallied 33 carries for 129 yards (3.9 average) and one touchdown to go along with five receptions for 31 yards.

The Browns signed the 5-10, 180-pound Collins to their practice squad Sept. 2 after the Miami Dolphins waived/injured him because he was dealing with a hamstring problem.

Little, Gordon: Plea deals

Browns wide receivers Greg Little and Josh Gordon struck plea deals for traffic violations in Cleveland Municipal Court on Tuesday. After originally pleading not guilty, both players pleaded no contest.

Little owes $472 in fines and court costs. Little was charged May 28 with parking illegally, driving a vehicle that was not registered and using dealer license plates that were not issued for the vehicle.

Gordon owes $301 in fines and court costs. Gordon was charged Aug. 13 with driving 98 mph in a 60 mph zone and charged May 10 with driving 45 mph in a 25 mph zone.

Nate Ulrich can be reached at nulrich@thebeaconjournal.com. Read the Browns blog at http://www.ohio.com/browns. Follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/NateUlrichABJ and on Facebook www.facebook.com/browns.abj.


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