Obviously upset by the lack of production from the wide recevier position this past Sunday, the Cleveland Browns are continuning their search for production through fringe roster moves.
#Browns practice-squad moves: Sign WR Arceto Clark (un-drafted rookie in camp w/Sea.), re-sign RB Dennis Johnson, release WR Jasper Collins.
— Tom Reed (@treed1919) September 10, 2013
Tom Reed of The Cleveland Plain dealer reports that the Browns have signed wide recevier Arceto Clark (an undrafted rookie) to the practice squad and re-signed running back Dennis Johnon. Clark was in camp with the Seattle Seahawks, but failed to make the team’s 53-man roster. Johnson was recently released to make room for wide recevier Tony Gurley.
Browns tried out receivers Arceto Clark and Brandon Kaufman
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) September 10, 2013
In addition, The Baltimore Sun’s Aaron Wilson reports that the Browns have also worked out wide receiver Brandon Kaufman.
On Sunday, the Browns wide receiving corps (without a suspended Josh Gordon) totaled just 13 receptions for 132 yards and zero touchdowns. For comparison purposes, San Francisco wide receiever Anquan Boldin, acquired for a sixth-round pick this past offseason, amassed 208 yards and one touchdown on 13 receptions.