posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 03:03 PM
Berea, OH (Sports Network) - The Cleveland Browns and cornerback Daylon McCutcheon agreed on a five-year contract extension Wednesday, keeping the USC
product with the club through the 2009 season.
McCutcheon is one of only two players remaining from the 1999 expansion Browns (kicker Phil Dawson is the other). He has played in 75 games, starting
70, while recording 320 tackles, eight interceptions, 35 pass breakups and six forced fumbles.
"I'm really happy," McCutcheon said. "I wanted to finish my career with the Browns. I love the city of Cleveland, I love the fans, and this is where I
want to be."
McCutcheon has spent his entire professional career in Cleveland since being selected by the organization in the third round of the 1999 draft.
The Browns are coming off a disappointing 5-11 season.