CLEVELAND -- The Browns acquired backup running back Dion Lewis from the Philadelphia Eagles in a trade for linebacker Emmanuel Acho.
Lewis played 24 games in two seasons with the Eagles, who selected him in the fifth round in 2011. He rushed for 171 yards on 36 carries and scored two touchdowns. The 5-foot-8, 195-pound Lewis also returned kickoffs for Philadelphia as a rookie and will likely be a candidate to take over those duties for Cleveland. The Browns didn't re-sign Pro Bowl specialist Josh Cribbs this offseason.
Lewis averaged 21.6 yards on 31 kickoff returns in 2011.
Acho spent his entire rookie season on injured reserve after injuring his knee. The Browns selected the former Texas linebacker in the sixth round last year.
Haslam: team will 'work through the QB situation'
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam III is expecting big things from Brandon Weeden in 2013, but he has not closed the door on getting a high-profile quarterback in the three-day draft beginning April 25 to challenge him.
Does Haslam want to draft a quarterback? Weeden was 5-10 starting as a rookie in 2012 and was ranked 29th among starting quarterbacks.
"Mike and Joe will decide that," Haslam said, referring to CEO Joe Banner and General Manager Mike Lombardi.