The revolving door in Berea continues to turn.
In the busiest day of Browns free agency thus far, the Browns are set to sign safety Rahim Moore from the Texans according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
After being a second round draft choice of the Broncos in 2011, Moore signed a three-year, $12 million deal in Houston last year and started six of the first seven games for the Texans before spending the remainder of the season on the bench. He ended the year with 16 tackles and an interception.
Moore spend four seasons with the Broncs and started 41 games in his final three seasons in Denver. Unfortunately, Moore was most remembered for letting Jacoby Jones get behind him for a game-tying touchdown in the final seconds of the fourth quarter on a pass from Joe Flacco in a playoff loss to the Ravens in 2013.
The Browns have not announced the signing of Moore.On Wednesday, the Browns have already signed linebacker DeMario Davis and released linebacker Karlos Dansby and Dwayne Bowe.