Hurting Browns Secondary Gets Help w/ Signing of Cousin


With the injury to Daven Holly putting another dent in the Browns secondary, the team has gone out and signed veteran corner CB Terry Cousin to a two-year deal.  The 33-year-old has played in 156 games and has made 68 starts during his 11-year career.  He played with the Jags in 2007, making it on the field for all 16 games.

Holly was hurt on Tuesday during OTA’s, and may have surgery as early as today on his knee.  He will miss the entire 2008 season.  The team signed Holly to a one-year deal Thursday and moved him on the reserve/injured list.  Right now second-year players Eric Wright and Brandon McDonald could very well be the two starters come opening day.

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