CLEVELAND (AP) _ Quarterback Spergon Wynn, who started one game for Cleveland as a rookie last season, is one of seven players the Browns are sending to the play in NFL Europe this spring.

Wynn made his first pro start against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Dec. 3. He completed 5 of 16 passes for 17 yards and was sacked five times in the Browns' 48-0 loss.

He suffered a knee injury in the second quarter and spent the final two weeks of the season on injured reserve. He finished the season 22-of-54 for 167 yards last season.

The Browns are also sending running backs Madre Hill and Rashon Spikes, cornerback Anthony Malbrough, tight end Rod Monroe, wide receiver Drew O'Connor, and quarterback Kevin Thompson to play in the six-team NFL Europe.