Free agent CB Buster Skrine is believed to be seeking $6.5 million per year.
Coach Mike Pettine said at the Combine that the Browns want to re-sign free agent CB Buster Skrine.
Free agent CB Buster Skrine told Sirius NFL Radio that he intends on testing the open market.
Browns nickel CB Buster Skrine is recovering from thumb surgery, but expected to be ready for Week 1.
Browns CB Buster Skrine will focus exclusively on slot corner this season.
Browns CB Buster Skrine was forced from Cleveland's Week 17 game against the Steelers with a shoulder injury, and will not return.
Browns CB Buster Skrine left Sunday's Week 12 loss to the Steelers with a rib injury and did not return.
Buster Skrine has won the Browns' starting right corner job.
Browns CB Buster Skrine has "held down" the starting job opposite Joe Haden so far in camp.
ESPN Cleveland believes Buster Skrine will "at worst" be the Browns' nickel corner.
Browns DC Ray Horton says CB Buster Skrine has been getting some looks at safety.
The new Browns coaching staff does not envision CB Buster Skrine as a starter.
Browns CB Buster Skrine will move inside and cover the slot with Joe Haden returning from suspension.
The Browns believe second-year CB Buster Skrine could develop into a starter this season.