You can make a note for the Cleveland Browns first apparent meeting with a free agent this offseason. According to the Miami Herald, the team is scheduled to meet with CB André Goodman on Sunday. Goodman is also scheduled to meet with the Denver Broncos today.
Goodman, a starter for the much-improved Dolphins last season, played in all 16 regular season games, recording 39 tackles and 5 interceptions. He was originally a 3rd-round draft pick by the Detroit Lions in 2002.
Regarding another player, Adam Caplan of Scout.com indicated that the Browns were among one of nine teams interested in Buffalo Bills CB Jabari Greer. Greer started the first ten games of the 2008 season before suffering an ankle injury.
Although moving forward with Brandon McDonald and Eric Wright isn't a bad decision, exploring someone to compete with McDonald and/or be the nickel back makes sense.
I've heard the same old rumblings about the Browns being interested in safety Jim Leonhard, but nothing concrete yet. The only player to have been signed from my "four free agents" list yesterday is Bart Scott, who went with the New York Jets. In other news, LB Andra Davis is in negotiations with the Denver Broncos.