Browns signing Jason McCourty to two-year deal The Cleveland Browns need help in the secondary. On Tuesday, they found it. Free-agent cornerback Jason McCourty told NFL Network's Cleveland Indians jerseys Courtney Fallon he's signing a two-year, $6 million with the team. The deal includes $2 million guaranteed, the defensive back said. The former Titans starter had dinner with Browns coaches and team brass Monday night, paving the way for a signing. McCourty was tossed into the free-agent pool in April after the Titans released him following eight seasons with the team. He started 90 games in Tennessee and piled up 13 interceptions. A sixth-round selection out of Rutgers in the 2009 NFL Draft, the 29-year-old veteran was a three-time team captain with the Titans. In Cleveland, McCourty lands as an instant starter alongside Pro Bowl cover man Joe Haden. The Browns also have Jamar Taylor and Briean Boddy-Calhoun at the position, but McCourty adds something else: proven experience in coordinator Gregg Williams' scheme after the duo worked together in 2013. Cleveland was victimized by opponents last season, finishing the year as the 21st-ranked defense in the NFL. After fourth-round cornerback Howard Wilson suffered a fractured kneecap Chicago Cubs jerseys at rookie minicamp, the need for help was real at the position. McCourty fits the bill. With each passing offseason, the Broncos seemed content to allow some of their best defensive linemen and pass rushers retire or depart in free agency without much of a fight. And in each instance, they have placed more faith and trust in Derek Wolfe, a player wonderfully described by Broncos longtime beat man Mike Klis as both "brutish" and "unvarnished." That is not to say Wolfe, now 27 and in the middle of a four-year, $36.7 million deal, hasn't learned a thing or two about himself over the years. Maybe leadership suits him better now than ever. "When I see guys not doing the right thing, I'm going to tell them," Wolfe told Cheap Jerseys 9News in Denver. "I'm not going to sit back and let that (stuff) slide. Me, it's either confrontation fist-fight or say nothing. I'm learning how to not fight people if that makes sense." While the Broncos can expect a yearly, out-of-this-world performance from Von Miller, Wolfe is in the mix to ensure they get the same from Shane Ray, 2017 second-round pick DeMarcus Walker and 2016 second-round pick Adam Gotsis. General manager John Elway is toeing the line between rebuilding project and last-chance playoff contender, with a roster that could easily slide in either direction this year. The continued success of their defensive line under imaginative head coach Vance Joseph could tip the team in either direction. Wolfe credited his perspective to marriage and fatherhood, both items that becam wholesale Jerseys official this offseason. Can he now pass that on to the next wave of great Broncos pass rushers? Customized Jerseys:http://www.2017worldbaseballjersey.us/

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