On Day 2 of free agency, I joked about Cleveland Browns fans having to brace for losing CB Johnson Bademosi next. I didn't expect it to actually happen. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Bademosi has reached a 2-year agreement with the Detroit Lions:
Browns have lost another free agent, this time special teams standout Johnson Bademosi, who reached agreement on 2-year deal with Lions.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 10, 2016
Even though he was forced into action at cornerback last year (and didn't do particularly well), Bademosi has always been known as a special teams ace, just barely missing Pro Bowl nods a couple of times. This past season, he had 17 combined tackles on special teams, which was one off of the most in the NFL.
So far, the only unrestricted free agent the club re-signed is ILB Tank Carder, and that came prior to the start of the league year. The final free agent left unsigned if ILB Craig Robertson.