Browns release Greg Little

 

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Berea, OH (SportsNetwork.com) - The Cleveland Browns have released wide receiver Greg Little after three seasons.

The move comes a day after the Browns signed receivers Miles Austin and Earl Bennett.

Little started 41 of the 48 games he played for the Browns after being selected with a second-round pick in the 2011 draft. His numbers dropped each year after a solid rookie season when he caught 61 passes for 709 yards.

The 24-year-old North Carolina product hauled in 53 passes for 647 yards in 2012 and finished with 41 receptions for 465 yards last year.

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