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Browns | Will not operate under a self-imposed cap

Tony Grossi, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports the Cleveland Browns said they will not operate under a self-imposed spending limit for the 2010 season. With the NFL salary cap removed, in all probability, for the 2010 free-agent signing period beginning March 5, some teams have said they will operate under a spending limit. The Browns, however, said they will spend money but spend it wisely. "We'll spend what we think we need to spend and be smart about it," General Manager Tom Heckert said. "We're going into it thinking we'll do what we need to do." Heckert said owner Randy Lerner has not given him a salary figure to not exceed. "You just have to be smart, how you allocate money and be prepared for what's going to happen in the future ... which is unknown," Heckert said.

2010-02-22 09:12:46 | Source:

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