CLEVELAND - The Browns have reportedly agreed to terms with second round pick T.J. Ward.
Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer is reporting the deal will be for four years, but exact terms are not yet known.
This comes one day after the Browns signed their other second round pick, RB Montario Hardesty.
Ward was the Browns first second round pick in the draft and the 38th overall selection. The safety played college football for the University of Oregon.
Now, the Browns only have first round pick Joe Haden left unsigned.
Training camp started earlier this week for rookies, with the veterans set to arrive Friday.
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