Found March 13, 2013 on Waiting For Next Year:
The Cleveland Browns have reportedly agreed to terms on a two-year deal with outside linebacker Quentin Groves, formerly of the Arizona Cardinals. Cleveland back at it bright and early: Browns reached agreement with former Cardinals LB Quentin Groves. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 13, 2013 Groves is 28 years old and measures in a 6-feet-3-inches and 225 pounds. Groves and new Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton spent last season together in Arizona where he was a useful reserve, tallying 46 tackles and four sacks despite starting just seven times. He figures to add to the edge-rushing line-backing corps of Jabaal Sheard, Chris Gocong and the newly signed Paul Kruger.
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