Found September 19, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Injured second-year quarterback Brandon Weeden is no longer the oldest starter on the Cleveland Browns' offense. Veteran running back Willis McGahee 31 has passed his physical and agreed to terms with the Browns sources tell NFL Media's Jeff Darlington. Although one report suggested the Denver Broncos released McGahee in June primarily due to concerns about the torn MCL and compression fracture that ended his 2012 season he's now passed physicals from three different teams. The Browns aren't signing McGahee to sit on the bench. He's reportedly in "great shape" which makes him the favorite to assume lead-back duties over Bobby Rainey and Chris Ogbonnaya.
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