Browns Trade LB Davis to Jets for Safety Calvin Pryor

By Withers, Tom | The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV), June 2, 2017 | Go to article overview

Browns Trade LB Davis to Jets for Safety Calvin Pryor


Withers, Tom, The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV)


CLEVELAND Demario Davis spent one long, losing season in Cleveland. The linebacker is going back where he started. Davis is returning to the New York Jets after being traded Thursday by the Browns for safety Calvin Pryor.

The 28-year-old Davis spent four seasons with the Jets, who drafted him in the third round in 2012. He signed a two-year, $8 million contract with Cleveland as an unrestricted free agent before the 2016 season, which ended with the Browns going 1-15.

The Jets will assume his $3.7 million contract this season.

Davis did not appear to be part of Clevelands long-term plans, with the team signing both Jamie Collins and Christian Kirksey to contract extensions this offseason. Davis thanked Clevelands owners, coaches and teammates on his Instagram page.

I have nothing but good things to say about this 1st class organization, thats on its way to shocking the world, Davis wrote. To my brothers in the locker room; the stage is set, go make it happen. In this past year, Ive grown as a person and a player in ways that wouldnt have happened in any other circumstance.

Davis made 15 starts and finished second on the Browns with 99 tackles and two sacks last season.

Pryor, who made 38 starts over three seasons in New York, will give the Browns more depth in their secondary. …

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