Two former Browns – running back Reuben Droughns and quarterback Ken Dorsey – have found work in football, just not in the NFL. Droughns, the tough back who gained 1,232 yards for the Browns in 2005, will be a coach in the Central European Football League. He won’t be playing on the team – the Belgrade Vukovi – but will have a big impact coaching players in a league that will jump at the chance to learn from someone who has NFL experience.
Ken Dorsey, best known for being the team’s third-stringer in the Derek Anderson-Brady Quinn days of drama, has signed with the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL. He is the fifth quarterback signed to the Argonauts, so he’s got a competition on his hands. Dorsey was with the Browns from 2006-2008, throwing seven interceptions and no touchdowns.