On the first day of NFL free agency, the Cleveland Browns first locked up quarterback Derek Anderson with a three-year deal.
On Saturday, they gave him a new target to pass to.
According to a source, Donte' Stallworth, who played last season with the New England Patriots, agreed to terms on a seven-year, $35 million contract with the Browns, $ 10 million of which are guaranteed.
Stallworth, caught 46 passes for 697 yards and three touchdowns as part of a receving corps that included Wes Welker and Pro Bowler Randy Moss.
Stallworth's best overall season was in 2005 when he caught 70 passes for 945 yards and seven touchdowns as a member of the New Orleans Saints.
Michael Smith covers the NFL for ESPN.