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Gauging the Flight Risk for Cleveland Browns' 2012 Free Agents
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The 2012 offseason is a big one for the Cleveland Browns, whose management has a lot to prove and less and less time to prove it with each losing season.

Between making adjustments to current game plans and approaches and working with players already on the roster to improve to bringing in new talent via the draft of free agency, the Browns have a lot of decisions to make.

But before they do much of anything else, they need to figure out exactly where they stand with the current free agents they have in their stable.

Currently, the Browns have 11 unrestricted free agents (UFA), one restricted free agent (RFA) and three exclusive rights free agents (ERFA). They'll need to make decisions about each, and in the case of the UFAs, the players will have their own decisions to make about whether or not they would like to stay in Cleveland.

Following are my best estimates at the odds of each of the Browns' free agents remaining in Cleveland for the 2012 season and beyond. Be sure to share your own thoughts in the comments below on who will be sticking around and who will be hitting the bricks among this offseason's free agents.

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