Evan Moore signs contract extension with Browns

AP

The Browns rewarded one of their best players in training camp with a contract extension.

Cleveland signed tight end Evan Moore to a two-year extension, according to the Associated Press worth roughly $3 million-per-season.  He’s signed through 2013.

We mentioned earlier this week that some around the Browns expect Moore to lead the team in receiving this year. The fourth-year undrafted player seems like a great fit for their West Coast offense and figures to be a favorite target of Colt McCoy this year.

16 responses to “Evan Moore signs contract extension with Browns

  1. Great for Moore, great for the Browns. And Moore is another TT undrafted free agent that didn’t stick with GB. Unreal eye for talent in GB. Good move for Cleveland, who have the structure in place – McCoy, Hillis, Moore, Shurmur, J.T., Big Show – to move forward successfully.

  2. These are the types of moves that build franchises

    It’s a well deserved reward for Moore but more importantly its a lesson for every other player on the team. That makes the money even better spent.

    You’ve got to like these personnel moves by Holmgren, starting with his decision to get rid of the old coach.

  3. Bringing in Mike Holmgren was a very smart move. not a browns fan but the future is looking very bright..its about time future looks good for the browns and lions they deserve it

  4. Why extend a guy who has essentially done nothing yet. This guy is a key player? And yeah, the Packers have a good eye for talent, and they dumped him.

  5. “Why extend a guy who has essentially done nothing yet. This guy is a key player? And yeah, the Packers have a good eye for talent, and they dumped him.”

    Evan Moore has been the Browns most reliable receiver for the last year and a half and, oh yeah, he beat Darrelle Revis last year.

  6. osage44 says:
    Sep 2, 2011 7:04 PM

    Why extend a guy who has essentially done nothing yet. This guy is a key player? And yeah, the Packers have a good eye for talent, and they dumped him.
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    I’m sure you don’t watch Browns games. That being the case, you have no idea what this guy has contributed… but there you go blabbing like a doofus anyway. Gotta love it when people think they’re edgy or funny or clever- and it turns out they’re just ignorant about the player or team they’re squawking about. Embarrassing.

  7. I’m sure you don’t watch Browns games. That being the case, you have no idea what this guy has contributed… but there you go blabbing like a doofus anyway. Gotta love it when people think they’re edgy or funny or clever- and it turns out they’re just ignorant about the player or team they’re squawking about. Embarrassing.

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    Really? Have you watched? He’s hurt in EVERY game he plays in then misses 5, what planet are you from? He also had to miss time in preseason. He will be on IR after game 1.

    Signed

    Season ticket holder

  8. killcourtney:

    You may be a season ticket holder but your obviously not a fan. Moore has looked nothing but good since we got him. It’s the NFL, people get hurt. Moore is still productive and young, something to build on. Why not reward young talent and build a team. Something Browns fans haven’t seen is awhile. I’ll be there opening day myself along with alot of other good fans. Moore is one of many I am cheering for these days.

    Here we go Brownies, here we go……

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