As I predicted in my article a month ago (Is it time to part with Ahtyba Rubin?), Ahtyba Rubin will not be returning to Cleveland next year after it was announced that he had signed a one year deal with the Seattle Seahawks. Rubin who had been a Brown since he was drafted in the 6th (#190 overall) really struggled last year was not a priority resigning for the Browns especially after signing Randy Starks in free agency.Rubin really struggled against the run and particularly when asked to move inside and play nose tackle after Phil Taylor was injured. Rubin exceeded expectations as a 6th round pick but it was clear from last season that his days as a Brown were numbered. No details about how much Rubin is earning next year have been made public so far.
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