The great restricted tender signing party of 2010 just added four new names to the mix.
Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer reports that all five unsigned Browns restricted free agents signed their tenders on Monday. We previously knew that D’Qwell Jackson
caved came to his senses.
Matt Roth, Jerome Harrison, Abe Elam and Lawrence Vickers also signed on the dotted line to avoid having their salaries cut. Roth is set to earn $1.809 million in 2010, while the other four players are due $1.759 million.
In most cases, these long delays in restricted free agent signings only served to give the players a nifty way out of organized team activities.
Look for the Browns to shortly cut a handful of players you’ve never heard of to make room.