Browns sign wide receiver Marlon Moore

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The Browns have filled one of their open roster spots with a free agent wide receiver.

The club announced the signing of Marlon Moore, who has had stints with Miami (2010-2012, 2013) and San Francisco (2013). Moore, 26, has appeared in 43 regular season games, catching 19 passes for 306 yards and two touchdowns.

Moore will miss the first game of the 2014 regular season serving an NFL suspension, Howard Balzer of The Sports Xchange reported in May.

Moore’s addition will give the Browns 13 wide receivers on the roster. However, the WR count includes Josh Gordon, who could be facing a lengthy NFL suspension.

13 responses to “Browns sign wide receiver Marlon Moore

  1. i wish him well.
    This might not be you first rodeo, but it could be your last Bro.

  2. The Pittsburgh Steelers are the reason you can enjoy football today. This is what we built. We are the NFL. We are football. We are God's team. says:

    Sounds about right.

  3. Hope he makes it. Was really pulling for him last offseason/preseason with the 49ers. Seemed like he really wanted it and the he was having a pretty good camp. He did kinda disappear as the preseason progressed like when he was at Miami.

  4. Good for him. I’ve never really heard of him before to be honest, but you can imagine how much of a thrill it is for some of these guys trying to stay in the league to sign on with an NFL team. I’m excited for him and hope he does surprisingly well.


  5. This acquisition shows just how desperate The Factory of Sadness really is concerning their wide receivers.

    The decision to not take Sammy Watkins will haunt this franchise for a long, long time.

  6. dude1988 says:
    Jul 28, 2014 9:33 PM
    camp body

    clevelandrocksyourface says:
    Jul 29, 2014 9:26 AM
    This guy will never make the final roster. The Browns have more talent at WR than anyone realizes.

    I betcha he makes the squad. He has every year since being an undrafted FA.

    Not only is a competent receiver, he’s special teams work is some of the best in the league. He could very well make the teams a special teams specialist/back up WR.

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