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Cleveland Browns to Sign Kevin Johnson to 1-Year Deal

The Cleveland Browns plan to sign Kevin Johnson to a one-year deal according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

He will make $3.5 million and could earn up to $6 million in the deal.

Johnson, 27, has played for the Texans and Bills in his career. He had five passes defended for the Bills last season. In his first five seasons in the league, the former first-round pick has 19 passes defended and one interception.

The Browns have good, but young players in the secondary who Johnson will now join. He will likely be a reserve corner who will still see playing time most weeks.

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