Berry has good size, speed and ball skills. His trouble has been staying on the field.
In 2012, Berry was in line to compete for a starting job with the Detroit Lions. However, Detroit cut the corner after two arrests in one month during the offseason. After serving a three-game suspension for a DUI and brandishing a gun in his hometown of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Berry signed with the Jets. He appeared in seven games as a reserve in 2012.
Given coach Mike Pettine's familiarity with Berry from their time together in New York, it's a good flyer for the Browns.
For Berry, it could be his last chance to make something of what was once viewed as a promising NFL career.