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The Cleveland Browns agreed to a four-year contract with second-round pick Mohamed Massaquoi Tuesday afternoon, the team announced. Although the Browns do not begin their full training camp until Saturday, rookies reported on July 24.
Massaquoi is scheduled to compete with fellow second-round pick Brian Robiskie for the wide-open No. 2 receiver job in Cleveland. But Robiskie is still unsigned.
Massaquoi will have a chance to get a head start on Robiskie now that the former Georgia product is under contract. Obviously the advantage will depend on how long it takes for Robiskie to sign, but neither player solidified his role in offseason practices.
Other receivers that will compete to be the starting receiver opposite Braylon Edwards include veterans David Patten and Mike Furrey. Edwards is currently on Cleveland's active/non-football injury list.