One day after trading for former New York Jets wide receiver Elijah Moore, the Cleveland Browns have reportedly signed another speedy receiver.

According to ESPN's Field Yates, the Browns are bringing in Marquise Goodwin on a one-year deal. Goodwin spent the 2022 season with the Seattle Seahawks, appearing in 13 games and catching 27 passes for 387 yards.

Goodwin is perhaps best known for his time with the San Francisco 49ers. He started 16 games for the 49ers in 2017, catching 56 passes for 962 yards. He spent three seasons with the 49ers before sitting out the 2020 season over COVID concerns, then returned in 2021 with the Chicago Bears.

Goodwin entered the NFL as a third-round pick of the Buffalo Bills in 2013. He spent his first four seasons with the Bills before moving on to San Francisco.

Aside from his football career, Goodwin is an accomplished track and field athlete. He made the United States Olympic team in 2012, competing in the summer games in London in the long jump. 

He qualified for the finals of the event that summer, finishing in 10th place. He also appeared in the 2016 Olympic trials but did not make the team for the Rio games.

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