The Browns welcome DL Anthony Hargrove, formerly of the Saints, and WR Michael Clayton, formerly of the Bucs via the Giants. Hargrove will play DE, moving over from his previous role as a DT playing on passing downs. Big things are expected of Tony in his new, expanded role. He will also play DT in 4-3 looks, and may fill in for the ascending NT Ahtyba Rubin on occasion. Clayton will be the team’s fourth receiver, bringing his veteran experience to a more limited role that will suit his skill set. Clayton has played all but one year of his career in Tampa Bay; he spent 2010 as a New York Giant, stuck behind their logjam of receivers. Clayton will have more opportunities in Cleveland, and will also compete with Jason Avant in training camp.