The Cleveland Browns were once again quick out of the gate on the second day of NFL free agency.
The Browns have reached an agreement with former Jaguars' 2008 second-round pick linebacker Quentin Groves, as reported early this morning by ESPN's Adam Schefter.
It was later confirmed that the deal was worth $2.8 million over two years.
Cleveland back at it bright and early: Browns reached agreement with former Cardinals LB Quentin Groves.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 13, 2013
#browns new lb Quentin groves 2 year deal worth total of about $2.8 million, per sources.— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) March 13, 2013
The five-year veteran hadn't recorded a sack since his rookie debut until revitalizing his career with the Cardinals last season under Horton, posting personal bests across the board. Groves will be 29 before the start of next season.