CLEVELAND -- The Browns are giving troubled cornerback Aaron Berry another chance.
The unrestricted free agent signed Monday with Cleveland, his third pro team in four years. Berry, who has had legal issues and injuries, previously played for Detroit and the New York Jets.
Last summer, Berry sustained a season-ending knee injury on the first day of training camp with the Jets. In 2012, he played under Browns coach Mike Pettine, who was New York's defensive coordinator. But the 5-foot-9, 190-pounder was limited to seven games because of a hamstring injury.
Berry appeared in 19 games before the Lions released him after he was twice arrested in 2012. He was suspended three games for violating the league's personal-conduct policy.
He visited the Browns in March, but the sides couldn't reach a deal.
"Aaron Berry gives us both depth and competition at corner, and has the potential to upgrade our kicking game," Browns general manager Ray Farmer said in a statement. "He's tough and relentless and his strength prior to his injury was man coverage. He's also accountable for his past, which is well documented."
The Jets gave Berry another chance following his legal problems: He allegedly pointed a gun at three people in a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, parking lot; he also was arrested on DUI suspicion.
Marino sues NFL: Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino is among the latest group of former football players to file a concussion-related lawsuit against the National Football League.
Marino and the other 14 plaintiffs join more than 4,800 others who have alleged the NFL misled players about the long-term dangers of concussions. The NFL has denied those claims.
Jets sign Pryor: The New York Jets have signed safety Calvin Pryor, their first-round draft pick, to a four-year contract.
The team announced the deal for Pryor, the No. 18 overall selection out of Louisville, on Monday. Pryor, nicknamed the "Louisville Slugger" for his physical approach in college, is expected to be an immediate contributor in the Jets' secondary and a likely starter. He had seven interceptions, nine forced fumbles and 218 tackles in three seasons at Louisville.
Launches program: Peterson has helped launch an educational program called Ready2Go for people with severe allergies after an allergic reaction to shellfish.
Peterson has teamed with the pharmaceutical company Mylan Specialty on the project. As part of the campaign, three youngsters who have such health issues can win a trip to Minnesota's training camp this summer and participate in a video/photo shoot with the star running back.
All-defensive Team: Chicago's Joakim Noah and Indiana's Paul George received the most votes on this year's NBA all-defensive team.
The rest of the first team consisted of Clippers guard Chris Paul, Oklahoma City forward Serge Ibaka and Golden State swingman Andre Iguodala.
Noah was voted the league's defensive player of the year.
Four-time league MVP LeBron James and defensive player of the year runner-up Roy Hibbert were both on the second team.
Florida beats Alabama: Hannah Rogers threw a four-hitter to help Florida defeat Alabama 5-0 in Game 1 of the best-of-three national championship series.
Rogers had a perfect game through four innings and a one-hitter going into the bottom of the seventh in the matchup of Southeastern Conference rivals.
Florida (54-12) now is just one win from its first national title after runner-up finishes in 2009 and 2011. Game 2 will be played Tuesday night.
Nadal continues to roll: Rafael Nadal won a record 32nd straight match at the French Open on Monday, beating Dusan Lajovic of Serbia 6-1, 6-2, 6-1.
Nadal is an eight-time French Open champion with a 63-1 record on the red clay in Paris. His only loss came in the fourth round in 2009, when he was a four-time defending champion for the first time.