Browns and Weeden Come to Terms on Contract

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BEREA, Ohio — A source with knowledge of the negotiations confirms to Fox 8 Sports John Telich that the Cleveland Browns and Brandon Weeden have came to terms on a contract.

According to the source, the contract, a four-year deal worth $8.1 million, was signed on Tuesday afternoon.

The agreement guarantees that Weeden will be in training camp on time when rookies hit the field tomorrow.

Full squad practices get underway on Saturday.

The team has now signed all 10 members of its 2012 draft class.

As a senior, Weeden finished second in the nation with 4,727 passing yards, while completing 409 of 565 passes with 37 touchdowns

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