Another safety has parlayed interest from the Browns into a deal with another team.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Bucs free agent Bradley McDougald has agreed to a one-year, $2 million deal with the Seahawks.
McDougald visited the Seahawks but left without a deal, and visited the Browns this week.
While he’d have had a path to a starting job there, he apparently chose to be depth in Seattle behind Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas.
McDougald may have opportunities at offseason reps while Thomas comes back from a broken leg and Chancellor’s rehabbing from ankle surgery, but he’s a depth signing there.
The Browns also became leverage when Tony Jefferson was looking for a new contract, with the Cardinals free agent eventually going to Baltimore.