The Cleveland Browns, with $15 million in cap space, started the NFL free agency season with no notable moves - much to the chagrin and outrage of the Twitter masses. Fans and media alike continued to freak out and hammer the Browns for the cricket sounds coming from Berea as one big-name wide receiver after another was reportedly snatched up.
One person who wasn't alarmed at the relative quiet on Thursday afternoon was second year safety T.J. Ward, who took to Twitter to reassure Browns fans that all will be well. His "keep calm and carry on" message after the jump:
We obviously are developing our team through the draft. Big name free agents can be good but often aren't the solution.— T.J. Ward (@BossWard43) March 13, 2012