The Cleveland Browns have added depth to their defensive line by signing defensive end Randy Starks to a two-year contract worth $8 million.
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Starks has experience as a defensive tackle in his time with the Miami Dolphins, but his value mostly comes as a pass rusher as he has compiled 41 sacks in his 11-year career.
He spent the beginning of his career with the Tennessee Titans before signing with the Dolphins, and he set a career high for sacks in 2009 with seven.
The 31-year-old’s durability will come in handy for the Browns as he has played every game in every season with the Dolphins except for one game last season.
Browns have signed DT Randy Starks to a 2-year deal worth roughly $8M
— NFL Access (@NFL_Access) March 16, 2015