Browns linebacker Craig Robertson and defensive back Johnson Bademosi signed their respective tender agreements to continue their careers with the team.
Both players began their NFL careers with the Browns as undrafted free agents.
Robertson, 27, is entering his fourth season with the Browns after notching a career-high 99 tackles. He added two interceptions, a fumble recovery and a defensive touchdown over 16 games, starting 11. A regular fixture at Browns charity events, Robertson was named the team's Walter Payton Man of the Year for the combination of his on-field success and off-field work with various charities throughout the community.
"Craig, as we all know, is a sparkplug in the locker room," Browns defensive coordinator Jim O'Neil said in Dec. 2014. "It just goes to show how much of a sparkplug he also is in the community."
Bademosi, 24, finished 2014 with the most special-teams tackles of anyone on the Browns (15) for the third consecutive season. With action in 46 games, Bademosi, one of the league's most productive gunners, is second in the NFL with 44 special-teams tackles over the past three seasons.
"He's grown as a pro," Browns special teams coordinator Chris Tabor said last season. "He understands a little bit more obviously what it takes to play on the outside, to get doubled, to beat doubles, to be the first guy in and obviously be able to make plays. He's done a nice job not only in his cover areas, but he's become a better blocker as the year has gone."